The Goose Creek Tower - House in the Alaskan Wilderness

Here's another look at Goose Creek Tower, better known as the real-life Dr. Seuss house, by attorney Phillip Weidner. Standing 185-feet tall in the Alaskan wilderness, this odd-looking home boasts plenty of staircases and ladders inside connecting each floor, while the windows off 360° views of the landscape. At the basement level, there's a hidden escape tunnel that leads to a safe room.

"While construction has been ongoing for several years, video network great big story has recently completed a short documentary about the tower. titled 'We're Not in Whoville Anymore: Welcome to Goose Creek Tower', the film offers a look inside the structure alongside a guided tour by Weidner himself."

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