Mysterious Disappearing Phantom Houses Kathleen Luisa, of Falls Church Virginia claims that she had driven past an old manor called the Stone House, situated near Sudley Road, many times and had always wondered about its history. The house was located amongst some of the old battlefields of the American Civil War, and was absolutely steeped in history, as well as being a common landmark in the area. One night in 1986, Luisa went out to one of the old battlefields along with her mother and grandparents to where the Stone House should have been looming but it simply wasn’t there. They located an empty lot where the house should have been standing, yet there was nothing to suggest it had ever been there at all in the weed-choked lot. There was no rubble, no scars in the earth from machinery or vehicles, no holes in the ground, no foundation walls. Two weeks later, the same group drove by the same intersection and was absolutely baffled when she saw that the house was there once again as if it had never been gone. They all swore that they had seen the empty lot, and were equally befuddled as to how the house could be there. She insists that she had been living in the area her whole life and had definitely not made any mistakes about the location. Another odd story concerning the same Stone House, this time with the testimony of a Beverly Kish, of Merrifield, Virginia, who claims that in January of 1997 she had her own unusual experience concerning the structure, which she felt compelled to share upon hearing of Luisa’s experience. Kish would say: .