On the night of December 6, 1959, in a mansion that sits on a Los Feliz hilltop, Dr. Harold Perelson struck his wife to death with a hammer, severely beat his 18-year-old daughter, and then ended his own life by drinking a glass of acid. For the next fifty years, the mansion would remain completely untouched and uninhabited by anyone.
Local neighbors and brave visitors of the Perelson mansion have shared their tales. Through grimy windows, one can see a 1950s-style television set, a Christmas tree, and neatly-wrapped gifts. The furniture is covered in a thick layer of dust and the living room remains the exact same as it was that one December night.
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As no one has ever been formally invited into the home, the contents also remain a big mystery...until now, that is. Thanks to some trigger-happy and brave photographers who have muscled their way inside, we can now tour the Murder Mansion - albeit, digitally.
Take a stroll inside by flipping through these images by CaledoniaEHanson, VICE and others.
The latest whisperings surrounding the home? According to a recent report from TheWrap.com, the Coalition Group and writer Joshua Malkin (“Cabin Fever 2”) are developing a film around the infamous Los Feliz Murder Mansion that will be based on a popular Medium.com article written by Jeff Maysh, TheWrap recently reported.
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