Standing on a hill overlooking the town Boyd Manor is an architectural monstrosity, a house the size of a city block. Built by the Boyd Family in the 1930's, the manor was a lifesaver for the town, mired in the Great Depression. Still, workers kept having deadly accidents during the construction of the huge mansion and assorted tragedies have afflicted most people who lived there.
In 1974, the Boyd family moved out and converted the mansion into a hotel in an effort to increase the tourist trade of the town. A gruesome murder in 1975 ended the effort and the hotel was shut down for good by the end of the year. The Manor now stands silent and empty, although strange sounds and lights can sometimes be seen coming from inside.