Added to the Open Lovecraft page, a mostly well-researched new (June 2013) local history article on the Arthur Goodenough farmhouse, “The Levi Goodenough Farm 1783” with lots of new pictures of the site. Although the short section discussing “The Whisperer in Darkness” is bizarre. The farmhouse was the home of Arthur H. Goodenough, the elderly amateur press man and friend of Lovecraft living near Brattleboro. His home was in part the inspiration for the setting of Lovecraft’s “The Whisperer in Darkness”. Interesting to learn that it’s set directly back into the hillside, like the house in “The Dunwich Horror”…

   “his house — a spacious, peak-roofed affair whose rear end was buried entirely in the rocky hillside” (“The Dunwich Horror”).

ArthurGoodenough,GrassOfParnassus,PoetryMr. Arthur Goodenough, as a younger man.

Investors are currently being sought to help keep the historic site open for visitors.