It’s the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose California, and you can take a flight there in the spirit world. This incredible house was the residence of Sarah Winchester, the widow of William Wirt Winchester (the Winchester firearm inventor).
He died, she went wacko, and this house went through endless construction to confuse the ghosts and drive the spectral away. It’s an amazing house (I went on a tour 2 years ago and loved it), and you can too.
Because now, due to covid, you can go on a grand tour yourself…
A virtual tour
They have created the entire mansion in glorious 360°. Every room. Every staircase. Every nook and cranny.
You can virtually walk, turn, look in all directions, and search for the ghosts yourself.
THESE ARE THE FACTS
From 1886 to 1922 construction seemingly never ceased as the original eight-room farmhouse grew into the world’s most unusual and sprawling mansion, featuring:
- 24,000 square feet
- 10,000 windows
- 2,000 doors
- 160 rooms
- 52 skylights
- 47 stairways and fireplaces
- 17 chimneys
- 13 bathrooms
- 6 kitchens
- Built at a price tag of the $5 million dollars in 1923 or $71 million today
What’s that banging in the attic? What’s lurking in the basement? Could it be Winchester? Or some other evil entity?
You can head over to the official Winchester Mystery House website, and plan your own virtual tour today.