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Winchester Mystery House

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  • Here's a scary fact: Not even the Winchester Mystery House was immune to the economic downturn of the past few years.

    Bay Signs

  • For the record, the two I mentioned on twitter are my surreal airport and first class section that's both spaceship-like and has polar bears, and a house I described as a "labyrinth house like a rundown Winchester Mystery House, which I dreamed again last night, prompting this question."

    Nattering

  • Examining someone else's computer was like walking through the local tourist attraction, the nearby Winchester Mystery House, a rambling 160-room mansion where the widow of the inventor of the Winchester repeating rifle had lived.

    Forgetfulness

  • The amazing places that have a ghastly reputation of spirits and specters include The Winchester Mystery House, The former battleship known as Hornet, Most Plantations, The White House where it is said that the spirit of Abraham Lincoln stalks the hallways and his old room, The Tower of London where a headless woman walks the night along with many other places.

    Are paranormal and supernatural activities on the increase?

  • The Winchester Mystery House, now a tourist attraction in San Jose, California, built over 38 years, has 160 rooms, 40 staircases, 950 doors, and 10,000 windows.

    The Golden Suicides

  • We have basically created the Winchester Mystery House with a series of baby gates and dutch doors and every morning after tormenting the Little Dog with cheerios and cheddar - the Commander toddles of a grand adventure.

    Sound of Silence, Sound of Trouble

  • A paranormal investigation team equipped with night-vision cameras and thermal-imaging devices will visit the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, Calif.

    The World (Wide Web) Series

  • Check out the Winchester Mystery House story here:

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • More info on some of the various organizations and artists: SFMOMA (sfmoma.com), Jeremy Blake (link), Gary Hill (link), the Winchester Mystery House (winchestermysteryhouse.com).

    Disquiet » The Sound of Visual Art at SFMOMA

  • Today, luagha and I did a big buncha low-key stuff, but the two highlights were lunch at the Fairmont Hotel to soak up a gift certificate, and the final phase of our multi-year assault on the Winchester Mystery House, as we finally hit the magic window for the "Behind the Scenes Tour" which takes you down into the basements.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

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