“The World’s Loneliest House” Mystery of the White House on a Remote Island Solved



Have you seen the photos of the small white house perched alone on a remote island? Dubbed the world’s loneliest house, it’s been making waves online and giving rise to bizarre theories about its origins and purpose.

We’ll take a closer look at the house, its location, and the rumors and theories swirling around it.

Rumors, Questions, and Theories

An unsubstantiated rumor reported by The Sun suggests that an idiosyncratic billionaire constructed the structure in order to prepare for a potential zombie outbreak.

“Is this Bjork’s Secret Retreat?” 

The rumors of Bjork’s ownership of the house are because she is a native of Iceland, and this island is located south of Iceland. However, the singer has denied any connection to the place.

The Truth Behind the Viral Photos

The home actually exists on Ellidaey and is owned by the Ellidaey Hunting Association. Constructed in the 1950s, it’s used as a hunting lodge for those belonging to the organization, which goes after puffins.

The Location

As reported by The Mirror, this abode is located on Ellidaey, an isolated island off the coast of Iceland. This island is part of Vestmannaeyjar, a cluster of 15 to 18 other islands.

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