Rosenheim Mansion in Los Angeles, aka Murder House from the first season of American Horror Story, has quite the spooky reputation apart from its spotlight role on the cinematic screen. This article from Toofab.com explains all the devilish details. Happy Halloween.
"I know they did an exorcism here ... but I know that it didn't work."
While the Rubber Man or freaky Infantata may not be roaming the walls of the home used for "American Horror Story: Murder House," its real-life residents claim there's still plenty to be spooked about while living on the property.
And this weekend, they're opening up its doors to the public for the first time -- giving a few lucky fans the chance to sleep in the basement of a house they insist is very much haunted off-screen, too.