This house is perhaps the most interesting draw to Carbondale, if not for its historical and architectural significance, but for the crazy story behind it. In 1928, the home's residents, former mayor J.C. Hundley and his wife were brutally murdered in the home by an unknown assailant. The only suspect in the case died two years after the murders. The home is reportedly haunted these days. It's a private residence that's not always open to the public, but there's a gift shop on the property.