The House on the Rock: Heaven or Hell?

200px-american_gods2In his novel, American Gods, Neil Gaiman imagines that the bizarre roadside spectacle called The House on the Rock is actually the most important place in a America, a kind of temple, as well as a portal to another 553191dimension. I always knew there was something strange about it, but I thought its peculiarity lay elsewhere. That’s the topic of a piece I just did for Madison Magazine about the “one of the world’s strangest tourist attractions.” Really, you have to see it for yourself to believe it.

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One thought on “The House on the Rock: Heaven or Hell?”

  1. I’m so jealous. I’ve been pitching that story for ten years and have never gotten even a nibble. I think it’s because you really do have to see it to believe it.

    Well done.

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