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31st August 2014

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me 11:59 September 30th

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31st August 2014

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27th August 2014

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Most unforgettable scene of the True Blood series finale.

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Most unforgettable scene of the True Blood series finale.

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25th August 2014

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Winchester Mystery House Approved For Overnight Guests One of the most infamous haunted residences in the world, the Winchester Mystery House, has secured permits that will allow guests to not only stay the night in one of the mansion’s 160 rooms, but also consume alcohol anywhere on the premises. Great idea – or greatest idea? The Winchester Mystery House is the creepiest house in Silicon Valley, and was built by Winchester Gun heiress Sarah Winchester – widow of William Wirt Winchester, son of the first president of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company – over a period of almost forty years. A veritable hive of 160 rooms, the mega mansion is a 6-acre labyrinth of false doors and stairs that lead absolutely nowhere – ad-hoc additions reportedly made by Winchester to confuse the evil spirits of people shot and killed by the firearms of her dead husband’s namesake. The mansion has stood since the 1880s, but has never been permitted for lodging (let alone sitewide booze consumption). Until now. Via Silicon Valley Business Journal:

A special use permit approved March 5 by the San Jose planning department would allow overnight guests at the city landmark, but it doesn’t look like the existing bedrooms in the structure are included in the permit. Instead, a staff report singles out certain structures on the site, including the pump house, caretaker’s residence, and foreman’s quarters as lodging possibilities. The target market won’t be traditional travelers, but rather those who want the full Winchester Mystery House experience. “It wouldn’t be a hotel type of thing,” said Kristinae Toomians in the city’s planning department. “Some people just have a fascination with it.” In addition, the city approved converting the existing cafe (a humble affair) to a bona fide restaurant open to the public, not just guests at the attraction. Winchester Investments LLC, the owner of the business, was also granted approval to allow the consumption of alcohol across the entire site (except the parking lot). That will presumably boost the attraction’s events business.

[via Phantoms & Monsters]

equinoxparanormal:

Winchester Mystery House Approved For Overnight Guests

One of the most infamous haunted residences in the world, the Winchester Mystery House, has secured permits that will allow guests to not only stay the night in one of the mansion’s 160 rooms, but also consume alcohol anywhere on the premises. Great idea – or greatest idea?

The Winchester Mystery House is the creepiest house in Silicon Valley, and was built by Winchester Gun heiress Sarah Winchester – widow of William Wirt Winchester, son of the first president of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company – over a period of almost forty years. A veritable hive of 160 rooms, the mega mansion is a 6-acre labyrinth of false doors and stairs that lead absolutely nowhere – ad-hoc additions reportedly made by Winchester to confuse the evil spirits of people shot and killed by the firearms of her dead husband’s namesake.

The mansion has stood since the 1880s, but has never been permitted for lodging (let alone sitewide booze consumption). Until now. Via Silicon Valley Business Journal:

A special use permit approved March 5 by the San Jose planning department would allow overnight guests at the city landmark, but it doesn’t look like the existing bedrooms in the structure are included in the permit. Instead, a staff report singles out certain structures on the site, including the pump house, caretaker’s residence, and foreman’s quarters as lodging possibilities.

The target market won’t be traditional travelers, but rather those who want the full Winchester Mystery House experience.

“It wouldn’t be a hotel type of thing,” said Kristinae Toomians in the city’s planning department. “Some people just have a fascination with it.”

In addition, the city approved converting the existing cafe (a humble affair) to a bona fide restaurant open to the public, not just guests at the attraction. Winchester Investments LLC, the owner of the business, was also granted approval to allow the consumption of alcohol across the entire site (except the parking lot). That will presumably boost the attraction’s events business.

[via Phantoms & Monsters]

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24th August 2014

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24th August 2014

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24th August 2014

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24th August 2014

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24th August 2014

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24th August 2014

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