'American Horror Story' House Is for Sale, But Who'd Want to Live There?

american horror story homeHave you been watching American Horror Story? It's pretty good, right? And creepy as all hell. Well, get this: The super scary mansion where everything takes place -- you know, all the ghosts, hauntings, killings -- is for sale. Oh, hell no.

Located at 1120 Westchester Place in beautiful Los Angeles, California, the freaky mansion is for sale for a whopping $4.5 million. I mean, it's a gorgeous house with lots of great amenities, and I know it's just a TV show and all, but still ... how could anybody live here who's seen the show?!

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The house, which is (randomly) currently being used as a recording studio, has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. The square footage of the place is a ginormous 10,440. It's being boosted as a "historical cultural monument," and of course the listing makes mention of all the Tiffany stained-glass windows and antique gold and silver leaf hand-painted ceilings -- which, if you watch the show, you already know about these details.

Typically, I'm not one to confuse movies and make-believe with real-life, but there is no way in hell I would ever move into this place. Even if, you know, I had $4.5 mil to drop. It's just too weird. I don't think I'd ever be able to be home alone in that house -- which, let's be honest, is kind of creepy even without the bloody storylines -- and not be scared out of my mind. It's so dark, there are too many little hallways and compartments, and once you've physically seen with your own two eyes a man in a latex suit lurking around, it'd be kind of hard to get that out of your brain.

That's just me, though. I'm sure there's some super rich freak who has no problem with the fact that countless killings have been staged there (or who has never even seen the show) who will turn the spooky mansion into a lovely and wonderful home. Good luck having visitors over, though.

Would you ever move into this place?

 

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