“That’s a house Yoko Ono bought. Six weeks later John Lennon was killed.
That house has a secret tunnel to the beach.
Oh, and that was owned by a rich socialite who allegedly had his wife killed by a hitman dressed as a clown.”
Leslie Diver, a former stockbroker, is giving me a tour of the most exclusive island in North America. Palm Beach, a 21-km-long strip of land, is the legal abode of folks who have collected roughly one-third of the wealth of the entire United States.