Um, The Charles Manson Murder House Is Up For Sale for $1.98 Million Regardless of the house’s history, Redfin property agent Robert Giambalvo says that interest in the property is really strong, which frankly says…a lot. “It’s just such a calm, peaceful, serene environment that I do not think anybody cares about what happened a […]
- The home where Charles Manson’s cult killed Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in 1969 is now up for sale.
- It’s currently retailing for $1.98 million. The Conjuring. What do these stories have common? Besides being a definitive part of the pop culture and horror landscape, they are all stories that contain intentionally haunted homes that people wind up (a) expiring in or (b) nearly die trying to escape from. And yet, people purchase these homes anyhow. However, who really cares if these homes have grit! Allure! And most importantly, have personality! Right??? (I’m being sarcastic.)
Therefore, in case you’ve got a cool $1.98 million to spend and believe the LaBianca home would be a terrific place to rest your mind at night, who am I to stop you? Knock yourself out (and keep your eyes peeled).
According toThe Washington Post, this two-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom home is now on the market and has been for a couple of weeks now. . .coincidentally in time for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s new film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and just shy of the 50 year anniversary of the murders. The previous time the land was on the market was in 1998.
Well now, a new (possibly ) haunted home appears to be about the market. The LaBianca home, a.k.a. where Charles Manson’s followers killed owners Leno and Rosemary LaBianca on Manson’s orders–literally the day after they killed Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate in 1969– is currently on sale for $1.98 million. You know, just in case you’re into old Hollywood glamour as much as you’re into macabre.
Courtesy of Redfin
Released at Tue, 23 Jul 2019 22:30:00 +0000
Courtesy of Redfin