I understand that they've got to have something really strange in order to sell tickets. But I do think it's an injustice to Sarah Winchester.
Better late than never. It's going to be wonderful.
That was a real disaster. None of the streets were paved back then and many people lived in tents, so you can imagine everything was a real mess. If we'd had a drought that year, we'd still be the state capital.
She was a philanthropist. She kept all these people working in times of great depression, often at top wages.
To local people, she must have seemed a little strange. They looked askance at the house because none of them had the money to remodel or redo their home as they saw fit. They just couldn't understand her. To this day, we don't always understand rich people.