Quint is referring to House on the Rock, the bizarre architectural wonder and museum of oddities located in Spring Green, Wisconsin and the subject of his short film, "Baptized in Weirdness: an unauthorized journey through The House on the Rock". The House was opened in 1959 by the mysterious architect Alex Jordan, Jr.
"A couple of friends told me that we had to go visit House on the Rock and that I should definitely bring my video camera. I had never been there before and I didn't realize that we were making a documentary until we were half-way through it. When I looked through the footage I decided to just go ahead and edit it into a short film using a narrator mixed with some of the music from inside the display rooms. I wanted to try figuring out what it was that we were seeing because the place is so overwhelming and, to be honest with you, frustrating in some ways. It's a beautiful puzzle that sometimes makes sense and sometimes seems to deliberately confuse you. I don't really think that I cracked the mystery of House on the Rock but I wanted to ask questions about it regardless. It's an incredible place," Quint explains.
Narrated by D. Doiel and produced by Addovolt Productions, "Baptized in Weirdness: an unauthorized journey through The House on the Rock" is a short documentary that can be freely viewed on Youtube. See the link below or web search "baptized in weirdness documentary".