By Kevin Williams
I was in the southern part of Logan County exploring the Amish settlement of DeGraff, which I'll post more about tomorrow. But in addition to Amish homes I saw an awful lot of just falling part homes in this enclave about 15 miles south of Indian Lake.
This was a home that had been charred far beyond being inhabitable.
Another home I passed nearby looked like the floor was just collapsing and sinking into the ground, so what was once a tidy ranch seemed broken into two.
This house took the award for most run-down. It was a creepy house and I can't imagine that anything could ultimately what was probably once a beautiful, stately two story farmhouse, but now this dwelling seems slated for collapsing under its own weight someday...
Linda from KY
I really hate when fine old houses fall into disrepair more from neglect than anything. The burned house is understandable, but the others just make me sad. Do you ever wonder what stories these houses would tell if they could? I do. 🙂
Yes, if - as the old expression goes - walls could talk, how interesting the tales would be...