Wicked windows catch the eye

CORINTH—Witches get plenty of attention in October, which brings to mind those odd-angled windows seen on area 19th century farmhouses. The architectural wonders are displayed in their diagonal glory positioned near the eaves and stimulate questions from visitors who have not seen them before.
Commonly, these windows are double-hung sash windows, but can also be single-sided casements. They are usually built into a gable-end wall, with the long edge parallel to the roof’s slope.