This is an updated and extended version of The Pink House Mini-Tale Nestled on Plum Island, just off the Massachusetts coast, there stands a 1925 colonial-style cottage, painted an unmistakable shade of pink. Long abandoned, the house has become the center of swirling rumors and local lore. It's often thought to be a spite house—a vengeful monument from a bitter divorce, but was this true? What does the future hold for this enigmatic, ill-fated pink house? Welcome to Nightmare Houses Additional Links: www.fws.gov/story/2023-11/public-comment-period-pink-house-environmental-assessment https://www.fws.gov/refuge/parker-river https://www.fws.gov/sites/default/files/documents/Environmental%20Assessment_Pink%20House_11.2023.pdf https://www.supportthepinkhouse.com/ Comments can be submitted to email@example.com through November 30, 2023.
Nestled on Plum Island, just off the Massachusetts coast, there stands a 1925 colonial-style cottage, painted an unmistakable shade of pink. Long abandoned, the house has become the center of swirling rumors and local lore. It's often thought to be a spite house—a vengeful monument from a bitter divorce, but was this true? What does the future hold for this enigmatic, ill-fated pink house? Welcome to Nightmare Houses: mini-tales
A little boy receives a gift of a life-like doll and the pair become inseparable living in the family’s 1898 Victorian Queen-Anne style home in Key West, FL. Soon, there is unexplained mischief, but the little boy always blamed his doll, Robert. Today, the doll is a popular tourist attraction and paranormal legend, but is there any truth behind this story? Welcome to Nightmare Houses
In November 1974, a family experienced terrifying paranormal activity, witnessed by many, in their 1923 Bungalow in Bridgeport, CT. Soon after, the claims were dismissed as a hoax, but not everyone believed it. What really happened inside that home? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
In June 2014, just days after purchasing a 1905 Dutch Colonial in Westfield, New Jersey, a family began to receive disturbing and unsettling letters from an anonymous writer, only known as the Watcher.The Watcher sent the new homeowners a total of four letters claiming to have watched their house over time, forcing the family to flee the home in terror. Who is the Watcher?Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On February 16, 1929, wealthy and prominent oil man, Edward "Ned" Doheny, Jr., was found dead in a guest bedroom along with his long-time employee, T. Hugh Plunkett. Doheny had just built his colossal mansion, named Greystone, in 1928, and had not lived there long. What happened that night? Were these deaths related to an earlier scandal? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On December 20, 2009, actress Brittany Murphy, age 32, was found unresponsive at her 1997 Contemporary Spanish Villa style home. The cause of her death was mysterious but officially pneumonia was listed as the primary cause. Five months later, her husband, Simon Monjack died in a similar manner, also in the home. Was this just a tragic coincidence or was there something worse going on? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
In 1926, party couple John and Ruth Sowden worked with Lloyd Wright to design a Mayan style playhouse. Decades later, the unique residence would become affiliated with one of America’s most gruesome and unsolved crimes, the Black Dahlia. What other dark secrets does this place hold? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On October 30, 1968, silent film star, Ramon Novarro, was brutally murdered inside his 1945 Spanish-Colonial style home in Laurel Canyon. The actor was 69 years old. Who murdered the "Latin Lover" and why? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
In the early morning hours of Sunday, August 5, 1962 the iconic actress, Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her bed at her 1929 Spanish Hacienda style home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. The superstar was only 36 and poised for a major comeback. But did she die by her own hand, or was it something worse? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On the night of June 20, 1947, notorious Mobster Bugsy Siegel was gunned down in his mistress’s 1928 eclectic Italianate-style home in Beverly Hills. His murder has never been solved. Will we ever know who killed Bugsy Siegel? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
In the early morning hours of July 1, 1981, four people were brutally beaten to death inside their 1960 mid-century rented home in Laurel Canyon. Only one person survived, but the murderers were never caught. Will the killers ever be brought to justice? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
In November 1924, filmmaker Thomas Ince celebrated his birthday on William Randolph Hearst's yacht. But days later, Ince died at the Spanish-Mission style mansion he just had built. Did Thomas Ince die of natural causes, or was there a cover-up? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On April 1, 1984, legendary singer/songwriter Marvin Gaye was shot and killed by his father in the 1905 Tudor-style mansion they shared. The world lost an iconic performer in a sudden and shocking moment. But what really happened that day? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On September 5, 1932, Hollywood Producer, Paul Bern was found dead in the home he shared with his wife of two months, actress Jean Harlow. It appeared that his death was from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head upstairs of the Bavarian Craftsman style home he had built. But what really happened inside that home in 1932? And what role does the house play in another infamous and gruesome Hollywood murder? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On June 16, 1959, George Reeves, the actor who played Superman on television, was found dead in his quaint, 1940s New England style Beverly Hills on Benedict Canyon. It appears to have been a self-inflicted gunshot wound, but was it a suicide or was he murdered? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
In July 1951, 67 year old Mary Reeser was found
On the afternoon of October 24, 1961, a young mother of two disappeared from her 1950s Cape Cod stye house in Lincoln, MA. The only clues were a bloody kitchen, a few unknown fingerprints, and reports of a 1950s Oldsmobile in her driveway shortly before she disappeared. What happened to Joan Risch? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
On June 10, 1912, eight people, including six children, were brutally murdered with an axe as they slept in their modest Queen-Anne-style home. What happened that night? Are the souls of the victims still trapped inside the home? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
The day after Christmas in 1996, the body of a six-year-old girl was found brutally and bizarrely murdered in her upscale 1920s Tudor-style Boulder, CO home. What really happened that night? Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
Following the events of August 9, 1969, more gruesome murders occurred in an early 1920's Spanish style bungalow at 3301 Waverly Drive, Los Angeles, CA. Welcome to Nightmare Houses.
In the early hours of August 9, 1969 one of the most gruesome murders occurred in a 1940's European Style Farmhouse at 10050 Cielo Drive, Los Angeles, CA. Special Thanks Stacy Martire Darb NJ Jeff Sam Whitfield, Twitter, Patreon Gnome Kelly Paul Joe Oliva Martin Willis