Everybody had a different set of experiences based partly on who their father or mother was.
For example, if you are the child of esteemed parents, then people look at you as an esteemed kid as well, and it is certainly different from how they think of an average child from an average family.
Children of the prosperous and famous are most likely presumed to be raised in an atmosphere that sets them up for success. Suppose the mother is an accomplished doctor, attorney, engineer.
While the father is an equally respected scientist, it is expected that their children too will do well in life given the family cultures and financial resources.
It isn’t easy to compete with a successful parent, a story that George Hemingway experienced first-hand.
For almost his entire adult years, the former physician was living under the shadow of the legendary father, Ernest Hemingway.
At 69, Gregory was found dead in an unlikely place: the Miami-Dade’s Women’s Detention Center. His father once said that Gregory had the most prominent dark side in the family except for himself.
10 /10 Naked Pedestrian
On September 25, 2001, a park ranger at Key Biscayne, Florida, reported a naked pedestrian. An officer responded to the report and made the arrest.
According to the arresting officer, the person was drunk or otherwise impaired but very lovely. Jail officials classified the person as a woman and therefore confined her in the women’s section of the jail.
This person was none other than Dr. Gregory Hemingway, the youngest son of the late writer Ernest Hemingway.
A spokesman for Dr. Hemingway later said that his employer was believed to have undergone sex reassignment surgery.
9 /10 Found Dead
On October 1, the day Dr. Hemingway was due to appear in court for a hearing about the charges of indecent exposure and resisting arrest, he was found dead in his cell.
A spokesman for the Miami-Dade Police announced, referring to the autopsy report, that the cause of death was ruled cardiovascular disease and hypertension.
Dr. Hemingway was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and spent his childhood in Key West, Florida.
Like his father, the son eventually developed a heavy-drinking habit and battled with depression. Much of it was triggered by the intention to live up to his father’s reputation.