Hunter Stockton Thompson, that "Fear and Disgust in Las Vegas" is a true story about his journey to Sin City. Hunter was an extraordinary personality. He depended on intoxicating powders, served in the Air Force, where he was having an affair with his daughter. He was friends with a crazy killer from Holland, spent a year with the gang "Hell's Angels" and became a confidant of the presidential candidate. And one day he threw a moose's heart to actor Jack Nicholson. Before his death, he wrote a note saying, "No more games. No more bombs. No more walking. No more pleasures. No more swimming. 67. this is 17 more than 50. 17 more than I wanted and needed. Boring. I'm cranky all the time. No pleasure - no one. 67. You become greedy. Behave according to age.