This Halloween, from the comfort of your living room, discover the darkest depths of Zillow's creepiest listings. The mansion at 667 Dead End Drive comes to life in an interactive 3D Home tour that will both shock and excite anyone courageous enough to explore this fictitious home of horrors.
Those brave souls can then look for clues about the home's former owner, who still haunts it today.
Haunted by past owner Edith Thistle, the neoclassical-style mansion features a property information page like any other on Zillow, but when you click through to the 3D Home virtual tour, paranormal forces swiftly take control.
When the guided tour becomes possessed, visitors are escorted up the estate's frightening staircase and into dark corridors while sinister sounds echo in the background. Visitors are soon greeted by an uncanny apparition, and the lights abruptly go out, and the terror begins.
Edith Thistle's ghost scatters frightening hints about her death throughout the mansion. Visitors may search for a stuffed animal that reappears in unexpected and bizarre ways, much like they would on a scavenger hunt. The weasel from the well-known jack-in-the-box song also appears in many locations. A frightening clown lurking in the shadows might offer another key to solving the mystery.
This scary tour includes a 3D Home interactive floor map to assist visitors to better comprehend the mansion's layout and find out where all the ghouls could be lurking.
It's built on the same cutting-edge Zillow technology that allows house buyers to easily browse a property online. The floor plan functions as a digital guide, combining the 3D Home tour and still pictures to create a more realistic impression of a home's flow and size.
This supernatural experience was created by Zillow and Media.Monks.
While this haunted house is not for sale, it has a real-life haunted history and has been portrayed in numerous horror films and TV shows.
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