Charlie Chaplin Mansion

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The Charlie Chaplin Mansion was once owned by the silent movie actor. After Chaplin sold it, another family bought it, and the father killed his mother, his wife and his children. An apparition of the murderer’s mother and the sounds of children screaming have been reported here, as well as unexplained apparitions of wild animals, such as a lion.

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Geographic Information

6147 Temple Hill Drive
Los Angeles, CA
United States

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34.11143, -118.32293400000003
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
Hollywood, CA (0.9 mi.)
Universal City, CA (2.6 mi.)
West Hollywood, CA (2.7 mi.)
Glendale, CA (4.4 mi.)
North Glendale, CA (4.8 mi.)
Burbank, CA (4.9 mi.)
North Hollywood, CA (5.3 mi.)
Los Angeles, CA (6.1 mi.)
Century City, CA (6.7 mi.)
Westwood, CA (7.3 mi.)


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