Urban Exploring a Creepy Abandoned Mansion with a Dark Hollywood History

Creepy Abandoned Mansion with a Dark Hollywood History

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Join me on an eerie journey as I explore a massive Creepy Abandoned Mansion with a Dark Hollywood History.

Built in the late 1800s, this historic mansion stands on approximately 10 acres of land, slated for future commercial development, with the unfortunate fate of being demolished. But before it meets its end, let’s uncover the secrets hidden within its decaying walls.

This abandoned farmhouse mansion has a truly sinister history, having served as the backdrop for several iconic horror movies and even a heartwarming Christmas film.
– In 1980, it starred as a funeral home in “Funeral Home: Cries in the Night.”
– This creepy atmosphere lent itself perfectly to the 1996 movie “Buried Secrets.”
– If you’re a Goosebumps fan, you might recognize it from the 1997 episode “Night of The Living Dummy 3.”
– And even Hallmark captured its charm in “A Christmas Visitor” in 2002.

The mansion’s intriguing journey in the real estate market adds another layer to its mystique. Listed for an unbelievable $1 in November 2018, it was around this time that it was left to decay. Fast forward to April 2021, and it was back on the market, this time with a staggering $14,000,000 price tag. Finally, in 2022, it found a new owner for $11,000,000.

Join me on this urban exploration adventure through this abandoned mansion, where we’ll uncover its cinematic history and experience the eerie ambiance of a place that has witnessed both horror and heartwarming moments.

2 thoughts on “Urban Exploring a Creepy Abandoned Mansion with a Dark Hollywood History”

  1. Wow, just amazing can not believe it’s not full of life what an absolute loss. Thanks so much the pics are gorgeous and the video was so cool 🥰

  2. Pingback: Urban Discovery of a Spooky Deserted Mansion with a Sordid Hollywood Past - Bluekingo

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