Owners of the real American Horror Story murder house say living there has become a waking nightmare
I hate y’all
by Katie Way
American Horror Story fans want in on the Murder House, and they'll do anything to get up close.
Everyone knows the first season of AHS is the best one, so it makes sense that the show's most devoted fans want a peek at all the place where all the action went down — Tate and Violet's fucked-up romance, the hot time-traveling maid, that haunted BDSM suit? Good times, baby!
But according to the current homeowners, the Murder House's admirers are taking shit way too far by, essentially, breaking and entering.
The torment started in 2015, when the couple first purchased the house, and they've been taking videos of the misconduct ever since. Apparently they have to deal with fans climbing fences, using garbage trucks to peer into the property, posing on the lawn and even trying to break in the house itself on a "daily basis," which is less scary than dealing with ghosts but scarier than living in a normal house.
Obviously, the current owners aren't happy — they're actually suing the people who sold them the house for more than $3 million, because the old owner's didn't disclose the property's spOoOoky AHS history.
So please, girls and gays, let's leave the new owners of the Murder House alone. It's just a regular-ass house. Evan Peters doesn't even live there.