27 Spooky Real-Life Houses From Horror Movies That You Can Visit... If You Dare

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If you're a horror-movie fan, wouldn't it be thrilling to make a pilgrimage to your favorite haunted house? Many of the iconic houses featured in your favorite horror movies and TV shows are still standing for your photo-op pleasure. The real-life house depicted in The Amityville Horror movies still sits on Ocean Avenue in Amityville, Long Island, but a previous owner had the address changed to deter tourists. Along the same vein, the Los Angeles owners of the haunted house featured in the first season of American Horror Story are overwhelmed by the amount of fans who still flock to the Koreatown manor. The houses featured in Halloween and A Nightmare on Elm Street are scattered over the Los Angeles area. The lighthouse with all the stairs featured in The Fog is one you can actually visit in Point Reyes, California. The apartment building in Rosemary's Baby is actually the Dakota in New York City, former residence of John Lennon and outside of which he met his tragic end. Other locations highlighted in this article where you can visit are from movies such as Donnie Darko, Hell Night, Poltergeist, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, House on Haunted Hill, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, The Shining and many more.

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