Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Jack Nicholson's "Shining" Million-Dollar Aspen Home

He went violently insane due to a haunted mansion in the movie “The Shining”. Now he wants to sell you his 19th century Victorian-style mansion in Aspen for $15 Million. 

The house is beautiful and secluded, maybe not as a nice as the $49 Million Homes around the corner, but has a rich history behind it.

The house was built in 1895,  and was named a ‘historic place’ in 1987. It is locally famous as neighborhood like to play ‘haunted house’ in it and see who can stay in it the longest before running out screaming.

Why is Nicholson selling the house? When asked about it, Nicholson looked around nervously and then whispered in the microphone timidly, 

                         “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” 

Then he proceeded to ramble about ‘them’ and how he ‘had to get out of there before THEY found out’.

Now you don’t have to have a rich millionaire uncle to inherit a creepy manor!
Want to appease the spirits of the house and come to a new and deeper understanding of the afterlife? Have your own Shining now! 

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