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Raynell

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  1. On 7/20/2009 at 2:07 PM, sheeats said:

    My friend Brittanie Shey wrote an amazing article about the "House of the Century" today:

    http://blogs.houstonpress.com/hairballs/2009/07/texas_traveler_angletons_myste.php

    I had no idea it even existed. Looks like very few people do. This photo gallery is fascinating:

    http://www.narrowlarry.com/nltx6.html

    Has anyone been out to it? I'm seriously contemplating a little road trip out there now...landmines and barbed wire or not.

    I dont know about any land mines but my mother was a caretaker back in the 80s when I was a child and them me and my brother visited out there in the mid 90s and no one was there. We didnt see any barbed wire then. The place was awesome back in the day. It does exist and I dont know the extent of the interior damage this is news to me. I also know it was never called kongo loco or whatever. It was called MOJO lake for the sisters marilyn and judy oshmans owners of oshmans sporting goods. That's why you cant find the lake on a map it's not an official lake. This relic house was Marilyn's and Judy had another house across  from it not like that tho. It was nice and more country. The front of it was all windows and one of the couches had a stuffed cow  with it's back toward the window so when you walked on the deck it looked like a live cow sitting in living room

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