The differences are subtle, but they are there. Sometimes when you look at the house, there will be three dormers atop the roof. Sometimes there will be four. Balustrades are there sometimes, sometimes not. The paint varies in color, and people have reported siding made of wood as well as polyvinyl.

What is clear to me is that #663 Eastpoint Ave isn’t really a house anymore, even if it ever was. Rather, it’s something pretending to be a house, a camouflage of some kind. It’s hoping we don’t look too close and don’t connect the dots.

But that’s just what I mean to do.

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