Phoenix home of Scientology founder now a museum - 2007-08-17
Memorabilia, including a cross, is displayed in a bedroom in the former Phoenix home of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard Wednesday, July 25, 2007. Recently restored to how it looked in 1952, the home is regarded as a religious historic site, the birthplace of Scientology.
L. Ron Hubbard had a restlessness that led to a lifetime of traversing the globe. So it was scarcely three years that the eclectic writer and adventurer lived at his "House on Camelback."
That modest home in Phoenix, recently restored to how it looked in 1952, is regarded as a religious historic site – the birthplace of Scientology.