Some people out there feel a strange connection to celebrity murderers and want to own everything that they have every touched. If there are any superfans out there of Robert Durst from the wildly popular HBO special, "The Jinx," they will be happy to learn that the mansion in Scarsdale, New York where the alleged killer spent his childhood is currently on the market. The seven bedroom home is listed for $3.8 million and features marble salvaged from the original Waldorf-Astoria hotel, five fireplaces, a solarium, and nearly 6,500 square feet of space.
According to the New York Post, the home is where Durst says he watched his mother commit suicide (which was later refuted by his brother), but obviously the listing does not mention the incident, nor does it mention the Durst family as previous owners. Houses should definitely come with some kind of death history report to save unsuspecting buyers from that kind of future shame.