Harper Lee's lawyer has announced plans to turn the deceased author's hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, into a tourist destination involving her writings. The project may roll out as early as March, with attorney Tonya Carter and paper mill magnate George Landegger at the helm. The various attractions will be part of the "Harper Lee Trail," with the aim of annually attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists to the town. The plans include the refurbishment of a 1909 building that will become a museum dedicated to the To Kill a Mockingbird author. Three homes featured in the film version of the book will be replicated as part of the project. The trail will take years to complete, according to the Mockingbird Company, the nonprofit founded by Lee in 2015.