In fact, you can even rent one of them. The place is part of the units that are part of the urban legend of Palm Springs Munchkin Land, Midgetville, or whatever inappropriate thing the kids are calling it nowadays. There is no wifi in the unit so be sure to bring your own copy of Wizard of Oz to watch while you are there. The highly rated rental is described on the rental websit e as:. Your historic home built from rocks is beautiful inside and out. The special feeling from the home and surrounding area is the only property in Palm Springs with a retreat feeling.
You can rent a house in the Palm Springs “Midget Town”
Flickr: Discussing Was There a "Tiny Town" in Downey? in Downey , California
By Inigo Figuracion. There's nothing like a good urban legend to fuel the imagination, and San Diego has its own enduring one. It's not widely known, but if you've grown up here or gone to college in town, you've likely heard rumors of the "munchkin homes. OK, so here's the real deal. There aren't any munchkin houses.
I was passing thru and I heard chuckling but I could not see where. I turned and I saw a bush rattling around and i could see little feet running behind the bush. I heard hee he heheheh as the bush shook. Kylie sooooo! Short people everywhere!
Midgetville also known as "tiny towns" refers to real or legendary communities of " midgets ", people with forms of dwarfism who are normally proportioned, or collections of small "midget-sized" houses. Real or legendary, they are at times given fanciful qualities, see Little people mythology. Some "real" ones may play on mythology for tourism purposes. Hence some descriptions are not meant to imply anything concerning ordinary or real people with dwarfism.