Wednesday, October 05, 2005


Few places can possibly exceed the imagination of writers or artists. After all, they can create anything with their minds. But the Winchester house in San Diego does just that. Built by the widow of the inventor of the Winchester rifle the house was in a constant state of construction (and re-construction) is a supposed attempt to confuse the ghosts of those killed by her husbands guns. It features hundreds of rooms, doors and stairs to nowhere, intricate stained glass windows that may hold secret meanings.

Now there is a photo blog that shows some off limits areas of the house. Go take a look and be amazed. Very cool indeed.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yo, just a quick comment...that's San Jose, NOT San Diego--roughly a 9 hour difference, just FYI if you're visiting CA...BTW, I'll be there for the next two weeks :)