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Looking to amp up the excitement on your next vacation?
Ditch the hotel and consider staying in a house with an interesting history -- muder-related history.
While no real crimes were committed in a California "murder house" available to renters on Airbnb, travelers might recognize some rooms from scenes in various television shows. The austere mansion has appeared in "American Horror Story," "The X-Files," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "The Twilight Zone."
The estate, which was built in Los Angeles in 1908, has been declared a historical and a cultural landmark. Renters can expect to pay around $1,450 per night to stay in the home, which can accommodate more than 16 people and features nine bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
According to Wetpaint, Angela Oakenfold, ex-wife of electronica star Paul Oakenfold, purchased the property last March for $3.2 million. The Airbnb host listed on the description is named Angela, but there is no last name listed for the host.
"One of the most important estates ever built in Los Angeles, the Alfred Rosenheim Mansion was declared a historical monument and cultural landmark,” the description reads. “Built in 1908, this stunning architectural masterpiece boasts original features throughout.”