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the Château du Chaos

the Château du Chaos

Excerpt from The Longest Way to the Club
by Ric Erickson


But the familiar is comfy so I took over the club’s exclusive area and did the things I usually do and after I finished I got out today’s Le Parisien and gave it a fair scan. A bunch of the usual blah–blah until page 6 and its story about the Château du Chaos. This is some guy’s estate that he has turned into a trash happening, complete with a 9/11 replica, a crashed and burned helicopter and portraits of the world’s madmen. It looks like the worst junkyard you have ever seen.

All of this is in the centre of some small picturesque French village and his neighbours are not amused, not even after 20 years of ever more and better. The mayor went to court to put an end to it, but the paper’s story seems to say the guy can stay there, if he pays a fine of 200,000€. What for the paper doesn’t say, except that Thierry Ehrmann is a milliardaire punk, living a vie folle.

It restored my faith in France. The rest of the news was pretty ordinary and silly and I was interrupted 75 minutes later by a gentleman asking me if I was me, if this was it, and so on. Of course, I said. Who else? Well, he didn’t notice throngs of members carousing, so he wondered. I was wondering too.


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septembre 15, 2006 - Posted by | La Revue de Presse

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