Saturday, March 24, 2007

Your Own (Very) Secret Room



Ever wanted your own secret room, hidden passageway, or dungeon? These days, you don't need to purchase a castle to make that dream come true. Dozens of companies now specialize in creating fireplaces that rotate with the twist of a candlestick, staircases that rise to reveal hidden chambers, or library shelves that spin around when a certain book is removed. There was even a story (with some cool photos) in the New York Times last year about the growing popularity of these features. So if you're thinking of building a new home, you might want to investigate one of the sites that specialize in creating secret rooms to fit your every need.

While we're on the subject, I recommend checking out the legend of the secret room in Scotland's haunted Glamis Castle, which is said to be inhabited by either a hideously deformed aristocrat or a monster.


6 Comments:

Blogger Kendall said...

i would love having a secret room! but they probably cost a ballpark right?

11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice castle......... Have you ever been to Crazy King Ludwig's castle in Bavaria? It rocks.

5:18 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

I haven't been there, but I know about it. Come to think of it, old Ludwig might make for a good post.

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would LOVE to have my very own secret room it would just be so awesome... but I would probably want it to be one that no one had been in for like 100 years or somethin' you know!

3:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, King Ludwig was a wacko. Did you know that on the night he died, his body was fished out of the lake? Someone just got tired of him, I guess....

8:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that would be so cool to have you own secret room. i might let my cat in on the secret though(i get bored easily).

9:41 PM  

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