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3 Mansions with a Nefarious Past

When we see a mansion, a natural tendency is to associate it with wealth and success. The sprawling gardens, flawless architecture and humungous square-footage leave us  slack-jawed, often wishing for something that many of us will never have. Perhaps that’s a good thing? What we seldom realize is that some of these mansions come with a dark past – murder, mystery and sometimes meth. And in these cases, what was once desirable, is no longer. Here are 4 mansions with a nefarious past.

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Housecreep is the top real estate website for finding stigmatized properties (i.e. murder houses, reportedly haunted houses, former drug labs etc.) and otherwise noteworthy homes. Easily lookup listings near you where murders and other crimes have occurred, where paranormal activity has been reported and much more.

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