I remember my first visit to the Borden house in 1992. My mother and our singing troupe, The Sweet Nightingales, were performing at Lizzie’s former church (now known as The Historic Abbey) for the Centennial of the Borden Murders. We even made the local news! At the time, 92 Second Street was a private residence but a small group of us were invited inside. It was modernized and I recall many crucifixes on the walls. Years later, the house sold and was renovated for a Victorian B&B. My mother worked there for many years giving tours, interviews and participating in reenactments. The house has seen everything from MTV to Travel Channel, ghost hunters and psychics, the occasional curious celebrity, and of course many other visitors who have since become dear friends. I helped create designs for her first two publications which are available for purchase on our website hollisterpress.com.