Manson Family Murder House Sold To “Ghost Adventures” Host Zak Bagans

Zak Bagans of "Ghost Adventurers" fame bought the home that was the site of the 1969 LaBianca murders in the Los Feliz area.

Bagans said of the murder site: "it's a 'holy grail' for a 'collector of dark culture.'"

He made an offer close to the asking price (1.9 million).

So he has an obsession with Manson, it looks like. According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, Bagans' Haunted Museum in Vegas "is home to such Manson-related artifacts as the hospital gown Manson died in (which holds some of his bodily fluids), a portrait painted with Manson’s ashes in the eyes and bone fragments from the cult leader’s body."

Earlier this year, Bagans also released a documentary about Manson called “Charles Manson: The Funeral”. It includes footage of his open-casket funeral.