NO, you are not in Candyland, but would you believe Niagara Falls NY — it's this is not one of the tourist attractions, although neighbors might feel differently.
Its owner, Isaiah Henry Robertson, a native of Jamaica and former home-builder, would buy houses cheap, renovate, then sell them for a profit. (A practice called flipping.) Things changed one day when he claims that God told him that he was in Niagara Falls for a reason, and it's where the world will end in 2014. And, he said that God guided him to become a prophet, guiding Robertson to transform a run down Niagara Falls house into a showplace. Its purpose was to catch people's attention so they could be saved. This home definitely does that.
Robertson complied and the house, which he lives in, is a technicolor attraction which he maintains by continually repainting the multi-denominational religious symbols — doves, trumpets, crescents, multi-pointed stars and LOTS of wheels.
At the back of the driveway is a 25-foot kaleidoscopic cross, loaded with hundreds of multi-colored wooden wheels, which Robertson claims represent God. There's more symbolism — a rock and anchor out by the sidewalk that represent the Empty Tomb of Christ.
Many people drive by the home, snap a fast photo and drive off, ourselves included. We were on our way to the train station and spotted the home. Reportedly, its owner welcomes visitors, whether church-going or not; being short on time, we didn't stop to ring the doorbell.
It's not TOO late, if you want to get information and are in the area sometime before Doomsday 2014 (unsure WHAT date). Just take a drive down Ontario Avenue in Niagara Falls, NY. — You can't this house (trust me).