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The Rhode Island house that inspired 'The Conjuring' (2013) officially has a new owner.
Betty White’s house in Carmel-by-the-Sea featured an entire room just for her stuffed animal collection.
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A ghost named “Bloody Bruce” supposedly haunts Earlshall Castle’s halls. But at least he’d never leave dirty dishes in the sink.
The 105,000-square-foot home has 21 bedrooms, a nightclub, a salon, and a moat. Mortgage payments are a reasonable $1,354,000 a month.
The filming location for “The Summer Palace,” the season 2 premiere of ‘Succession,’ is presumably clear of dead raccoons.
This palatial loft in Tribeca’s Woolworth Building includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and zero Trojan horses.