It’s the stuff of nightmares — and it could be yours for $1 million.
A stunning historical mansion is up for sale in Australia — but it looks more like something out of a horror movie.
The current owners of the 28,000-square-foot Adelaide home, called Woodforde House and built in 1856, are huge Halloween fans who packed some of its rooms with terrifying mannequins and fake creepy crawlies — and the realtor is keeping them there as he attempts to sell the property.
“The family of six best describe the fun and good times as Mrs Bates” in the Hitchcock movie “Psycho,” the listing says, adding that they wanted it to look like “the house on the hill.”
“If you are a scaredy-cat, don’t come. Watch the cobwebs, and don’t wear a suit,” warns the listing for the house, which contains a small chapel, a rooftop viewing deck and two cellars.
A portrait of shock-rocker Alice Cooper wearing a straitjacket hangs on one of the walls, photos show.