The infamous Charles Manson Murder House now belongs to a strangely appropriate host.
The 1920’s home sits on Waverly Drive in Los Angeles. 50-years-ago, Charles Manson’s followers killed two people. It was on Aug. 10, 1969, that Manson’s followers murdered grocer Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary at their own home after other murders including that of actress Sharon Tate.
The house has now been sold to “Ghost Adventures” star Zak Bagans. “Ghost Adventures” is a Travel Channel show where Bagans leads a team of paranormal investigators on the hunt for supernatural evidence.
“When I walked onto the property I was blown away by the panoramic views in the front and backyards… It’s breathtaking,” Bagans said, according to People. “Yes the house has a very dark and gruesome history, but I was also intrigued by the energy I felt while there… It was mysterious and palpable.”
The property was listed at $1,988,800.