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Ghost Hunter Loses Significant Amount of Investment After Selling Charles Manson Murder House

Zak Bagans paid a big chunk of change for a Manson murder house, only to sell it for a net loss of nearly half a million dollars.

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It is hard to describe the man Charles Manson. The cult leader of the “Manson Family” committed a number of heinous crimes with the help of his “children”. The most brutal and malicious crimes committed by Manson and the family had to have been the killing spree in the summer of 1969, when nine people – including famous actress Sharon Tate – were brutally murdered.

Despite Charles Manson being a sociopath, the interest level surrounding him was nothing short of intense. Why Manson planned the aforementioned killings, how he got control of the Manson Family, and what was really going on upstairs for him created a high level of curiosity for people from coast to coast. 

So, with that being the case, it is never a surprise when Manson memorabilia on the market goes for exuberant amounts of cash. For example, the home of the LaBianca family murder recently sold for almost $2 million.

According to multiple reports, the home had been on the market since October, finally getting sold this past week for the whopping sum seen above. Still, interestingly enough, the seller Zak Bagans actually ended up losing money on his sale despite buying the home less than two years ago. 

Bagans, a ghost hunter for Discovery’s Ghost Adventures, originally bought the house for $1.98 million in 2019. But last week, Bagans was “only” able to sell the house for $1.8 million, significantly lower than the reported asking price of $2.2 million. 

As unfortunate is that is for Bagans, I can’t help but be not surprised. Personally, I would not want to live in a house where a family was murdered. I am not sure I believe in ghosts, but I’d rather not find out whether they are real or not because I was being haunted in my home.

Whatever the case, it must feel great for Bagans to unload the home he had been trying to sell for so long. But at the same time, I am surprised he wanted to sell it. After all, he is the owner of some of Manson’s bone fragments!

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