Featured on Oprah, Home and Garden Television's Extreme Homes, and in The New York Times, the Mother Goose House is a monument to the imagination and creative genius of George Stacy. Mr. Stacy began working on this house in 1935 using a goose skeleton to build the home to scale. It was completed in 1940 and contains rocks from many U.S. States and Canada. To this day the Goose continues to attract attention worldwide. Unique with its egg shaped windows and automobile lights that serves as the Goose's eyes. Today most people have an affectionate feeling for the Perry County landmark. It serves as a hint to the magic of imagination that lies within all just waiting for the chance to hatch out and become real, just like the Mother Goose.