She gets many, many requests to investigate homes — so many that she can no longer get to every email.
She can’t even keep track of structures she’s already explored.
“That would be hard to say,” she said of the number. “I’ve got a high level of curiosity and a real whimsy problem. Within each article, there are a number of other homes and structures that are explored and weaved together.”
She mostly writes about old buildings and homes, but that doesn’t limit her to the eastern part of the city. Surprisingly, she said, there are many old homes out west, too.
She has a set method for how she researches each structure, which can take days, months or even years.
“I have many, many file folders of things ‘in the works.’ As I find more clues, I add it to the files,” she said. “If I’m working on a