Rispin Mansion is a four-story 22-room crumbling tribute to Henry Allen Rispin, a real-estate tycoon who bought the resort known as Capitola Village on the California coast in 1919, and built the mansion 2 years later. He lost his fortune and died penniless in San Francisco. The mansion was later inhabited by squatters and was briefly a convent, but the nuns abandoned it, too.