By MICHAEL OVERALL World Staff Writer
Last Modified: 8/4/2007 6:18 AM
<img src="http://www.tulsaworld.com/articleimages/2007/070804_A2_hTheq53145_a2cave4.jpg" align="left">The quirky Tulsa landmark is home to legends and maybe even a chime-shaking spirit.
The door doesn't swing open -- it lifts up, like the DeLorean's in "Back to the Future," and you walk under it.
Inside, the living room either doesn't have any corners or is nothing but corners, depending on how you look at it. The wall curves into the ceiling and the ceiling slopes back into the walls, with jagged ledges serving as shelves for knickknacks.
Dark, musty and damp, it feels like stepping into a cave -- which, of course, is exactly what it's supposed to feel like.
Call it the Cave House. The Flintstone House. The Hill House. Or just the Weird House. Tulsans have come up with a lot of names for this quirky landmark, but they haven't been able to see inside of it for decades.
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