The railing on the staircase is pretty wicked looking in the gloom,
casting curvy shadows across the floor. The stairway is steep and narrow, and a gaping
hole in the ceiling above reveals useless insulation and wiring. The home that was
probably intended for a family now houses a host of wildlife- squirrels, birds, spiders
and mice- instead.
This house was not
so much creepy as it was just desolate. I can only imagine that someone was
looking forward to making this place a home at one time, and it's sad to see the state of
disrepair and neglect that it ended up falling into.
*May 2002- I was
surprised to drive by this site recently, only to find that the Geisler Place has been
totally demolished. It really seems that it was there one day, and gone the next! Nothing
now stands on the site where it used to be besides an empty, flattened clearing. Well, at
least we have these pics to remember it by!
Our visitor Stephanie wrote, "I just wanted to let you
know that I came across your website while goofing around on the computer. I used to live
on Geisler Lane while growing up (in the 80s and 90s). That house on the corner was mostly
deserted while I lived there, but when I was about 10 or 11 there was a family living
there, and I was friends with their children. I don't know the family's name or what
happened to them. Thought you might like this information."
Do you have any background information or stories to tell about this site?
Place... hidden away amidst mounds of twisting thorny vines... an unfinished, forgotten
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