It's spooky season, which means it's time for some folks to check out the creepiest haunted houses around town. In honor of the holiday, we take a look at some infamous houses to ever hit the big screen.
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"Nightmare On Elm Street"
Freddy Kruger's home from "Nightmare On Elm Street" is located in L.A. It's got a brand new owner, who scooped it up at the beginning of this year ... hopefully they're a little friendlier.
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This house was famously used in the movie "Scream" ... and the last we've heard, some folks rented out the place to throw a Halloween rager, a few years ago ... similar to what went down in the movie.
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The house and motel used in the 1960's film "Psycho" is still full of character ... and if you're a dare devil you can visit at Universal Studios.
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This iconic pad was the actual home of Michael Myers in the 1978 horror flick "Halloween" ... it's currently located in South Pasadena, CA.
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This NY apartment building is best known as 'The Bramford' in the horror film "Rosemary's Baby", and it's got some pretty fascinating history ... once home to celebs like Leonard Bernstein, Lauren Bacall and John Lennon, who was shot and killed at the front entrance.
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The exterior of Timberland Lodge was used as the fictional Overlook Hotel in "The Shining" movie ... it's located in Oregon.
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"House On Haunted Hill"
This iconic building can be spotted in the 1959 film "House On Haunted Hill" ... and it's still considered a Los Angeles landmark.
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The 2001 horror film "The Others", starring Nicole Kidman, was filmed at a house in Spain ... as well as the Lime Walk in the gardens of this Penshurst Place.
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"Poltergeist" is a paranormal thriller ... this Simi Valley, California pad was transformed into the creepy home at the center of the 1982 flick.
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"People Under the Stairs"
The house from 90s movie "People Under the Stairs" is located in L.A. and it's now up for grabs ... folks can scoop it up $2.5M and it's nothing frightening about it ... so they say!
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"Silence Of The Lambs"
Buffalo Bill's home in "Silence Of The Lambs" is located in Pennsylvania ... and now, die hard fans can spend the night at the same place the serial killer kept his victims, in the 1991 film.
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"Rocky Horror Picture Show"
The Oakley Court Hotel sits on 35 acres in the U.K. ... it's a true beauty used by English royalty, when it's not making an appearance in the 1975 horror movie "Rocky Horror Picture Show".
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This historic Hollywood mansion was used as the demon-possessed hone in the 1985 horror "Ghoulies".