The guy didn't tell me about it, and I didn't ask. I was more or less on thin ice as it was, all though I didn't enter the property. One of the locals at the place where I stopped for my hamburger said that a murder/suicide was committed there, but again, that was not confirmed. Neither was it confirmed that any parenormal activity occured there. The guy who lived in the two story house on the same lot as that little brick place told me ".....some things are best left alone. Get back on your Harley and go home." and that's all he said.
The thing is, that little place had a rather creepy look and feel to it, all though it can't hold a candle to Bachelors Grove or the Bartonville Insane Asylum for creepyness. And while both Bartonville and Bachelors Grove have confirmed stories of parenormal happenings, the above featured place does not, or at least none that I know of. I was lead to believe that there is more to it then what you see in those pictures. The way I was told "...some things are best left alone...." reminded me of a lot of warnings given in various horror and 'haunted house' movies I've seen. He could have been warning me against something supernatural on the one hand. On the other hand, that may have been his "subtle" way of telling me to go away and mind my own business. IN either case, I didn't want to pry, and I didn't want to anger this guy, so I took him at his work.
It's allways a good idea to take nothing but photos and leave nothing but footprints when you go on a 'haunted road trip.' That's what I do. If the owner or someone wants to talk about it, great. If they don't want to talk about it, there could be a number of reasons, so I won't try to pump them for information.