After their home invasion, Vivien insists that they move out but their finances are such that there's no possibility of moving into a new place unless they can recoup what they've paid out. Vivien soon learns that selling isn't going to be easy given the long history of murders which go back to 1922 when an abortionist and his wife lived there. Ben is having blackouts, waking up in the backyard and is shocked when his ex-girlfriend from Boston shows up. Larry Harvey gives him a hand. Vivien gets an interesting visitor from the past, though she doesn't realize who the woman is. Written by
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This episode promulgates a longstanding but totally unfounded urban legend that the actor Sal Mineo
was killed by a man he had tried to pick up for sex. In fact, the man who confessed to and was tried and convicted for stabbing Mineo had been a pizza deliveryman who killed Mineo while trying to rob him. The actual murderer had no idea who Mineo was, either in a short-term sexual encounter sense or in a larger awareness of his celebrity. Also, Mineo was only stabbed once (not the multiple times shown in this episode), though the stab was in his heart. See more
When the tour guide was talking about Doctor Charles Montgomery, he mentioned that the doctor had 'Frankenstein Complex'. This comment was probably made in regards of the doctor's obsession with dissection. However, this was a wrong usage of the term because the real medical definition of 'Frankenstein Complex' is: the fear that one day artificial intelligence will replace human beings. See more
What have you done to that baby? Can't even tell if it's a girl or a boy.
You're a disgrace, Charles. How you can call yourself a man is beyond me. You think I came all the way here from Philadelphia for this? This life? This... house?
I built you this house exactly the way you wanted it.
And how many servants do we have? Two? And I'm expected to do everything else? Good, Charles. Drink your talent away. You're a waste. Even looking at you I'm sick to my stomach.
You'll see. They will write ...
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