Inside this old, unassuming motel there is a room that draws people from afar. Jim Morrison lived in room 32 from 1968-70. It has become a graffiti-like shrine to the rock star, which invites guests to scrawl a message on the walls–if you can find space, that is!
The room is mentioned in the Morrison biography No One Here Gets Out Alive, first published in 1980. The book is credited for revitalizing public interest in The Doors.