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We Modeled In An ACTUAL Haunted Mansion And May Or May Not Be Possessed Now

Spooky, but make it fashion.

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But in the name of serving a #look, we begrudgingly did it this one time:

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The mansion in question is named The Sunny Gables Estate (IDK what's so sunny about it), and it was built in 1930 by Robert T. Moore.

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The home, which is in La Cañada Flintridge, CA, has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, staff quarters, a guesthouse, a 32-foot gallery entrance, a floating staircase, a pub, a library, and some secret passageways between rooms. Oh, and it was built on top of a safe.

Moore was an ornithologist (bird expert) and died from an illness on the property on Oct. 30, 1958 (ONE DAY BEFORE HALLOWEEN). His wife died nine days later.

The current owner then notified us that Moore actually kept 55,000 birds on the property, which Sheridan, who's deathly afraid of birds, was not pleased to hear.

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We also didn't tell her this before she got here, so I guess we're bad friends or whatever.

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After being appropriately creeped out by the thought of two human ghosts and 55,000 bird ghosts hovering around us, we then entered the room Robert actually died in.

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And if the house wasn't already creepy enough on it's own, we had Joshua Amen, a ghost hunter and founder of Amendella Paranormal, follow us around trying to get a sense of any phenomena.

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Overall, we all felt proud of ourselves for having lived to tell this tale.

And for those who wanna say "GHOSTS AREN'T REAL!" or "THIS SHOWS NO PROOF!!" feel free to yell that into the void because we felt what we felt and looked fabulous while doing so.

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