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American Horror Story Season 1’s Murder House Is Haunted In Real Life -BB

American Horror Story’s titular Murder House played host to lots of ghostly shenanigans in season 1, but it’s reportedly haunted in real life too. Season 1 almost feels like a lifetime ago at this point, what with American Horror Story set to air its tenth season in 2020, and having just been renewed for three additional seasons. Still, it was only in 2011 when creator and showrunner Ryan Murphy first debuted what would become a true cable juggernaut, and a series always willing to reinvent itself in ever crazier ways.

The American Horror Story dynasty began with the story of the Harmon family, Dr. Ben Harmon (Dylan McDermott), his wife Vivien (Connie Britton), and their daughter Violet (Taissa Farmiga), who make the long journey across the country from Boston to their new home in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, the existing tension Ben’s infidelity has created within the family travels with them, and if that wasn’t enough, their beautiful new abode holds within it a history of death, and the ghosts to go with that history.

Murder House would of course go on to return as an important setting during season 8, titled American Horror Story: Apocalypse, and aired in 2018. However, according to those who’ve lived inside there in real life since the house first gained notoriety, its ghosts aren’t just of the fictional variety.

The real-life Murder House is actually a mansion built in the early 1900s by celebrated architect Albert Rosenheim, and located with an area of Los Angeles called Country Club Park. The house is considered a historical monument, and owning it can come with reduced taxes, but also the need to make expensive repairs. This led the former owner to make a deal with American Horror Story’s producers to allow the mansion’s use on the show. The house was sold in 2015, but the buyers have since filed a lawsuit against the former owner, asserting that they weren’t told of the mansion’s connection to American Horror Story, or that it, according to them, is haunted by two actual ghosts.

The current owners also have complaints about the way diehard American Horror Story fans keep sneaking onto the property, in some cases even breaking in and causing damages. They also claim that the seller had failed to make agreed upon repairs. Surprisingly enough, the current owners have no plans to sell the property, so apparently the whole haunting thing isn’t too bothersome. Then again, there are certainly lots of American Horror Story fans that would love to be „haunted“ by Evan Peters‘ Tate Langdon. Sadly, the parties involved have yet to explain what exactly their ghosts do or look like, or if they’re dressed from head to toe in rubber bondage gear.

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