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Please enjoy a preview of the great premium content we offer with the first half of our episode on The Mystery Mansion. You can hear the entire episode and nearly 50 other premium episodes on Patreon or via Apple Premium. The Winchester Mystery House, or Mystery Mansion, is infamous in paranormal circles; after all, Sarah Winchester is purported to be a haunted woman who was compelled to continue never-ending construction at the behest of ghosts. But this is One Strange Thing, and strangers know that there’s always more to the story than what first appears. . . or apparates.

Hosted by Laurah Norton

Written by Liv Fallon

Researched by Bryan Worters

Edited by Laurah Norton and Maura Currie

Produced by Maura Currie

Engineered by Brandon Schexnayder

Sources:

Bacon, Betty. “The Winchester Mystery House.” San Francisco Chronicle, 20 Dec. 1931. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Brown, Gary. “Widow Fails to Prolong Life By Building House.” San Francisco Chronicle, 29 Aug. 1976. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Custer, Joe. “Rich Widow Builds House On Orders Of Watchful Wraiths Who Dictated Plans.” The Peninsula Tribune, 16 Jan. 1946.

Doss, Patterson Margot. “House of Imaginary Ghosts.” San Diego Union, 08 Dec. 1968. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Gray, H. Merle. “‘The Workshop’ of a Woman Architect.” Bakersfield Morning Echo, 07 Sep. 1922. Accessed 2023.

Hunter, Stephen. “Out With a Bang.” The Washington Post, 20 Jan. 2006. www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/01/19/AR2006011903278_pf.html. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Library of Congress. “The Winchester Rifle: ‘The Gun that Won the West.’” Science Reference Services, United States Government, Jan. 2006. www.loc.gov/rr/scitech//SciRefGuides/winchester-rifle.html. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Loughrey, Clarisse. “A HOME TO DIE FOR.” The Independent, 11 Feb. 2018, 77. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Pizarro, Sal. “Exploring the History of the Winchester Mystery House.” The East Bay Times (California), 26 May 2017. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Court Confirms San Jose Sales of Big Estates.” The Fresno Bee, 22 Nov. 1924. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“History of Winchester.” The Winchester Arms Collectors Association, The Winchester Collector, n.d. winchestercollector.org/history/. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“How Would You Like to Live in This House for Homeless Ghosts?” Monrovia Daily News, 31 Jul. 1926. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Insurance Engineers Blueprinting Fantastic Winchester Mansion; Four Month Project to Cost $5,000.” The Dunsmuir News, 25 Aug. 1950. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Mystery House Monument to Woman’s Fancy.” Evening Tribune, 16 May 1936. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“San Jose’s Manse of Mystery.” The San Francisco Chronicle, 05 Nov. 1967. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Sarah Winchester, Philanthropist, Dies.” The Peninsula Times Tribune, 02 Dec. 1922. Accessed 2023.

“Soon you will be able to spend the night at the Winchester Mystery House grounds.” San Jose Mercury News (California), 17 Mar. 2014. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“The History.” The Historic Lizzie Borden House, US Ghost Adventures, n.d. lizzie-borden.com/history/. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“The Sarah Winchester Story.” Winchester Mystery House, Winchester Mystery House, n.d. winchestermysteryhouse.com/timeline/. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Visit Winchester Mystery House.” Oakland Tribune, 13 Jul. 1928. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Winchester House Cost Fortune, But is Now Valueless.” Oakland Tribune, 16 Dec. 1922. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Winchester Millions Go to Charity.” The San Francisco Examiner, 07 Oct. 1922, 3. Accessed Apr. 2023.

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Content provided by One Strange Thing. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by One Strange Thing or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://ro.player.fm/legal.

Please enjoy a preview of the great premium content we offer with the first half of our episode on The Mystery Mansion. You can hear the entire episode and nearly 50 other premium episodes on Patreon or via Apple Premium. The Winchester Mystery House, or Mystery Mansion, is infamous in paranormal circles; after all, Sarah Winchester is purported to be a haunted woman who was compelled to continue never-ending construction at the behest of ghosts. But this is One Strange Thing, and strangers know that there’s always more to the story than what first appears. . . or apparates.

Hosted by Laurah Norton

Written by Liv Fallon

Researched by Bryan Worters

Edited by Laurah Norton and Maura Currie

Produced by Maura Currie

Engineered by Brandon Schexnayder

Sources:

Bacon, Betty. “The Winchester Mystery House.” San Francisco Chronicle, 20 Dec. 1931. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Brown, Gary. “Widow Fails to Prolong Life By Building House.” San Francisco Chronicle, 29 Aug. 1976. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Custer, Joe. “Rich Widow Builds House On Orders Of Watchful Wraiths Who Dictated Plans.” The Peninsula Tribune, 16 Jan. 1946.

Doss, Patterson Margot. “House of Imaginary Ghosts.” San Diego Union, 08 Dec. 1968. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Gray, H. Merle. “‘The Workshop’ of a Woman Architect.” Bakersfield Morning Echo, 07 Sep. 1922. Accessed 2023.

Hunter, Stephen. “Out With a Bang.” The Washington Post, 20 Jan. 2006. www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/01/19/AR2006011903278_pf.html. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Library of Congress. “The Winchester Rifle: ‘The Gun that Won the West.’” Science Reference Services, United States Government, Jan. 2006. www.loc.gov/rr/scitech//SciRefGuides/winchester-rifle.html. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Loughrey, Clarisse. “A HOME TO DIE FOR.” The Independent, 11 Feb. 2018, 77. Accessed Apr. 2023.

Pizarro, Sal. “Exploring the History of the Winchester Mystery House.” The East Bay Times (California), 26 May 2017. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Court Confirms San Jose Sales of Big Estates.” The Fresno Bee, 22 Nov. 1924. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“History of Winchester.” The Winchester Arms Collectors Association, The Winchester Collector, n.d. winchestercollector.org/history/. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“How Would You Like to Live in This House for Homeless Ghosts?” Monrovia Daily News, 31 Jul. 1926. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Insurance Engineers Blueprinting Fantastic Winchester Mansion; Four Month Project to Cost $5,000.” The Dunsmuir News, 25 Aug. 1950. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Mystery House Monument to Woman’s Fancy.” Evening Tribune, 16 May 1936. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“San Jose’s Manse of Mystery.” The San Francisco Chronicle, 05 Nov. 1967. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Sarah Winchester, Philanthropist, Dies.” The Peninsula Times Tribune, 02 Dec. 1922. Accessed 2023.

“Soon you will be able to spend the night at the Winchester Mystery House grounds.” San Jose Mercury News (California), 17 Mar. 2014. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“The History.” The Historic Lizzie Borden House, US Ghost Adventures, n.d. lizzie-borden.com/history/. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“The Sarah Winchester Story.” Winchester Mystery House, Winchester Mystery House, n.d. winchestermysteryhouse.com/timeline/. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Visit Winchester Mystery House.” Oakland Tribune, 13 Jul. 1928. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Winchester House Cost Fortune, But is Now Valueless.” Oakland Tribune, 16 Dec. 1922. Accessed Apr. 2023.

“Winchester Millions Go to Charity.” The San Francisco Examiner, 07 Oct. 1922, 3. Accessed Apr. 2023.

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