Winchester Mystery House. Sarah believed the house was a giant ghost trap, in which all the angry spirits of the men killed by Winchester rifles would become caged and unable to escape. Thus, as the years passed and the house grew bigger and bigger and became a labyrinth to the point of insanity. Hallways led into walls or twisted around upon themselves. Rooms were built over smaller rooms. Doors were joined to windows. Countless staircases led nowhere, closets opened to blank walls...
Here Are 7 Unsolved Mysteries That Will Send Chills Down Your Spine. The Twins In #6... BIZARRE.
In 1957, 11 year-old Joanna and 6 year-old Jacqueline Pollock were killed in a car accident. A year later, their mother gave birth to twins Jennifer and Gillian. The younger twin, Jennifer, had birth marks on her body in exactly the same place as Jacqueline had. The twins then started requesting toys belonging to the deceased girls which they had no prior knowledge of. The twins even asked to go to a park they have never been to before (but their deceased sisters have).
I invite you for a little tour in the haunted or enchanted doll house. This is actually an "art toy" for children or adults and every piece of furniture can be manipulated - the characters as well. Nothing is glued. The house is 37,4' high and the characters are 4,3 high. (please click to see the inside as well as the other charming characters)
Winchester Mystery House is an extravagant maze of Victorian craftsmanship – marvelous, baffling, and eerily eccentric, to say the least. Tour guides must warn people not to stray from the group or they could be lost for hours! For more info, please visit http://winchestermysteryhouse.com/index.cfm