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Television PopWrapped | Television

Murder House! Rent It Out For A Night - If You Dare

Matt Lawrence | PopWrapped Author

Matt Lawrence

02/24/2016 3:17 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Murder House! Rent It Out For A Night - If You Dare | murder house
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Do you ever stay up late at night, surfing through Youtube for videos of the paranormal? Only me? What about the insanely popular American Horror series? More in your wheel house; rather relevant for this article you are reading.

Thanks to a recent Airbnb post out of Los Angeles, that infamous house in season one is available to rent. You know the guy in full body latex, spirits of school shooter, and various other sights that make it difficult to sleep? That iconic Victorian mansion's facade that was etched into your brain is available for a cool $1,450 a night, but it does sleep 16 so you can split it all evenly.

The Rosenheim Mansion, constructed in 1908, features original features throughout and of course all those horrifying images from Ryan Murphy's brain will surely come to mind from checking out the post.

Perhaps you and your 15 friends will bring a ouija board to see if you can conjure some spirits yourself or host a mascarade party for charity. It doesn't explicitly state you must cower in fear or chronicle tales of ghosts. Murphy and company mainly used the house's exterior for filming so it is best to not count on finding some leftover props.

There is only one review posted, with glowing words and nary a mention of things that go bump in the night. It does feature a stict cancellation party, which means that charity party I mentioned may be the best bet.

A few other ideas that come to mind, actually I mean that latex guy just came to mind and I wouldn't do it. He is just creepy, but perhaps you are into S&M and are thinking of Christian Grey ghost style. To each their own.

My random thoughts aside it seems to be a great draw for those with $1,450 to spend on a place to stay for the night, ghost hunters with those crazy EVP devices, or die hard fans of American Horror Story.

Just go to Airbnb when in Southern California and secure your stay; just don't bail out. That hit to pocket book from the cancellation policy may be the scariest aspect of all.


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