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While He Was Busy Writing 'Alice In Wonderland,' The Estate Nearby Was A House Of Nightmar…

When the Herons, a rich English family in the mid-18th century, began construction on Daresbury Hall, they intended for the home to last for generations and serve as a great family legacy. What they didn’t anticipate was that, centuries later, it would instead become the stuff of folk legend.

While the house was being built, a young man—who would go on to become a literary giant for his nonsensical children’s stories—was taking up residence in the same village. It almost seemed fitting, then, that the almost dystopian fate of Daresbury Hall would rival the dark themes penned by this author.

Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, was a 19th century mathematician, photographer, and author best known…

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