The Snoopster Visits My House and Learns about the Noose in the Attic

Elaine Matsushita and the Snoopster.com explored my house this autumn. And Elaine, I learned, is a very, very funny writer. (Thanks, Elaine!) She even learned about the noose in my attic. 

To read her delightful story and see the photos, click here.

Chris Bohjalian
Chris Bohjalian

Chris Bohjalian is the author of nineteen books, including his forthcoming novel, The Sleepwalker. His other novels include the New York Times bestsellers Midwives, The Sandcastle Girls, The Guest Room, and The Double Bind.

2 thoughts on “The Snoopster Visits My House and Learns about the Noose in the Attic

  1. Tammy Lenski says:

    Chris, I remember dinner at your house once about, I don’t know, 17-18 years ago. You started telling stories about the house and worked your way to the noose in the attic and the little door that goes to nowhere in your basement. Rod still occasionally mentions how much the hair was standing up on the back of his neck throughout that entire, wonderful, memorable dinner.
    And so I have to ask: Does the poltergeist still rattle the headboard (or was it the footboard)?

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