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Ward Lascelle outside The Witch’s House.

Exclusive: Sneak a Peek Inside the “Witch’s House” of Beverly Hills

For the first time ever, Michael J. Libow shares pictures inside his home fit for Hansel and Gretel

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Scene it Before: The Thriller House

A dilapidated Angelino Heights residence plays the role of an abandoned house in one of the most famous music videos of all time

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A Utilitarian Treasure

Alissa Walker uncovers the secret history of this Eagle Rock sign post

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How Alissa Walker stepped back in time with one wrong turn

Scene It Before: L.A. on Screen

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Scene it Before: The Thriller House

A dilapidated Angelino Heights residence plays the role of an abandoned house in one of the most famous music videos of all time

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Scene it Before: The Fortuneteller’s House from Phantasm

An abandoned property in Woodland Hills played a decrepit residence in the 1979 horror flick

The Kimberly Crest house in 2013

Scene it Before: The Kimberly Crest House from Hell Night

A Redlands landmark played an abandoned mansion in the 1981 horror classic

Time Frame

Larry Zarian Transportation Center,
400 W. Cerritos Ave., Glendale.
Elapsed Time: 87 years

Larry Zarian Transportation Center, Then and Now

See a snapshot of the L.A. landmark from 87 years ago

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Battery Barlow-Saxton Then and Now

The decommissioned army station in San Pedro has a star-studded history

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The Los Angeles Sanitarium Then and Now

What is now City of Hope once housed those afflicted by tuberculosis