When the first season of American Horror Story debuted nearly a decade ago—yes, it’s been that long—we had no idea what a long running television terror it would be. That first terrific season, now with the title American Horror Story: Murder House, set the precedent for everything going forward. Well, the titular house is in fact a real haunted residence in Los Angeles, known as the Rosenheim Mansion. So what better why to spend All Hallow’s Eve than at this legendary locale?
The Rosenheim Mansion is opening to the general public for the very first time this spooky season. Homeowners Dr. Ernst von Schwarz and his wife Angela Oakenfold will host a three-day, 24-hour live stream event. It will start on Thursday, October 29 and end Sunday, November 1. You can view the special announcement trailer for the event down below:
This live stream is an open to all via this special ticketed event. The mansion is also welcoming a select few lucky ticket holders, six in total, to stay there in person. American Horror Story fans will have the chance to explore this iconic home and see if it’s truly as haunted as everyone says. And who knows, maybe the Rubber Man or the terrifying Infantata make an unscheduled appearance. Ok, probably not, but you never know! Honestly, we prefer Jessica Lange as Constance Langdon to any of the monsters.
Among the scheduled events, there will be the mansion’s first paranormal investigation, featuring Exorcist Bishop James Long, as well as several world-renowned psychics and occult experts. The homeowners will even do a deep dive into the history of medieval torture techniques. Why not? For more information on this event, and to purchase your tickets for only $25, be sure to head on over to MurderHouse.com.
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