Robert Durst-watch: Buy his childhood home, if you dare

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If The Jinx inspired you to live your life a little more like Robert Durst, well, we've got a few follow up questions. But also, you should know that his childhood home is now on the market for $3.8 million, per the New York Post, or roughly the price of a fancy, family-sized Manhattan condo.

Besides its creepy back story (and sort of terrifying yet magnificent spiral staircase), the 7-bedroom, 6.5-bath Scarsdale mansion looks pretty dated:

Still, do with this information what you will. But if your next move is to adopt a dog named Igor, we'll start to get concerned.


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