Content: See & Do
In 1942 a grand house was built in the wilderness. The owner, a man called Professor Michael Van Pulcher Geist, one of the most successful explorers of his day. Hillside Manor is its name, because it is constructed deep into the hill it rests upon. Thirteen floors underground to house the Professor's unusual collections as well as his family. On October 31st, 1945, the Geists were brutally murdered in their beds. The Professor was devastated, he refused to leave the house and spent all of his time wandering the hallways, watching over his collections. He died years later at the Juniper Hills Psychiatric Hospital, but some say he never left his beloved home...