|The home of Skiles Test or the House of Blue Lights when it was still standing.|
Skiles Test was known to be a very kind man, yet strange in a way. He loved blue Christmas lights and covered his house with them... all the time. He was also notorious for having over 100 cats. When one would die, he would bury it in a small casket on his property. There was a wild rumor that the cats were not the only thing buried on his property. It is said that when his wife died a a young age, not being able to stand losing her, he entombed her in a glass casket and put her on display in the middle of his house.
|Skiles Test, owner of The House of Blue Lights in Indianapolis, Indiana|
After Skiles Test passed away in 1964, it is said that even though he was long gone, strange blue lights could still be seen glowing on the property. The home was destroyed in the 1980s, however the sightings of blue glowing lights hovering around the property continued on.
|Even though the House of Blue Lights is long gone, many claim to see blue lights with in Skiles Test Park to this day.|
The descendents of Skiles Test, donated the property for use as a school and public park which today is Today is Skiles Test Public Park located at 6700 Fall Creek Boulevard, Indianapolis, Indiana. It just south of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport.