Good news! Now you can spend the night in a mansion made famous for a slew of grisly murders. Well, totally fictional murders, at least.
The Los Angeles home featured in the first season of "American Horror Story" recently went on the market and sold for $3.2 million to Angela Oakenfold, ex-wife of EDM star Paul Oakenfold. And what did she do with it? Almost immediately list it on Airbnb.
“One of the most important estates ever built in Los Angeles, the Alfred Rosenheim Mansion was declared a historical monument and cultural landmark,” the listing reads. “Built in 1908, this stunning architectural masterpiece boasts original features throughout.”
You and up to 15 of your friends who don't mind feeling a little creeped out can stay there for just $1,450 a night. Black rubber suit not included.
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