hell house

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hell house

n
(in the US) a visitor attraction provided by fundamentalist Christians, in which each room contains a gruesome tableau of a sin and its divine punishment, intended to encourage the spectator to seek salvation in Christ
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Into his old age, House continued to express his admiration and devotion to Wilson, but as for the split between himself and Wilson, or the countless problems stemming from the end of the war and the Versailles Treaty, in Neu's judgment House failed to "accept any blame for what had happened" (508).
He also wrote A Ladder of Swords (1904), The Weavers (1907), The Judgment House (1913), The Power and the Glory (1925), and many short stories as well as propaganda for the Allied cause during World War I.