My first time visiting this house was at about 1am. I was by myself, it was completely dark and I was in the middle of nowhere. I knew that I was in the right place, but because the house is off the road a bit, I couldn't see it. I got outside of the car, turned off all the lights, and waited for my eyes to adjust. A few moments passed, and then slowly, the house began to take shape in the middle of a freshly cut field. Here's a tip for those of you wanting to photograph this house at night. BRING SOMEONE. I like to think that I'm a pretty tough dude. I down beef jerky like it's water, have watched every episode of Walker, Texas Ranger, and shave my face with a samurai sword. However, this place is creepy at night. I set up some various shots, and felt a sense of nervousness every time the photo was complete and it was time to review the shot. I think I was afraid of the camera picking up something in the window. I also hated the fact that every time I looked at my camera screen, my night vision was lost again. I know it wasn't true, but I felt like I was being watched. And once that feeling is there, it's difficult to shake. I have spoken with a few other individuals who had similar experiences when there by themselves at night. This is pretty uncommon for me, as I'm the type of guy who prefers to leave the flashlight off as I lone wolf my way through the forest in the middle of the night. I didn't stay much longer than 30 minutes or so, but will certainly be back with a buddy to try and do this place justice when the grass has grown a little more around the perimeter of the house.
With that being said, this location is A+ any time of day. Here are a few more pictures taken around the house at daylight. The night shots will have to wait until the release of the video. :)