Happy Spoooooky Halloween Everyone! Isn’t this exciting?!
My parents were visiting us a few weeks ago and we took them to the City of Boiling Springs. It’s a cute little town on a seven-acre lake that is fed from 30 natural springs. The water bubbles like it is “boiling” thus the name. It has an amazing history but that is not what this post is about. It is about this house.
On the east shore, remaining from the pre-revolutionary iron forge complex, are the original forge and the iron master’s mansion with the remnants of its terraced gardens. This 1795 Georgian structure is the most outstanding example of architecture in the Boiling Springs Historic District and of major historical significance as the home of the Ege family. The mansion is presently in a deteriorating condition and is uninhabited. (from Wikipedia)
Or is it?
I did a little exploring. It was becoming stormy and dark. I creeped up to the front door and then… Here with my own eyes is what I saw. Sort of. Ok, maybe.
Maniacal laugh. Maniacal laugh.