House of Dangers

House of Dangers

This abandoned rural farm house is called House of Dangers. It’s name stems from the open well hidden in the grass. On September 9, 1938, a twenty-five year old Second Leutenient American army pilot named James Breathitt died on the property. Breathitt was flying a P-35 Pursuit plane. the cause of the crash was said to be bad weather.

The house once belonged to the Eddie family and is located beside the Eddie cemetery. William Eddie settled here after arriving from Scotland in 1834. The cemetery was established in 1845. The first burial was Alex McBean in 1847, the brother in-law of Mr. William Eddie.

2022 Update: This has now been demolished.

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