A writer put himself through four haunted houses and theater experiences to see if he could hack it. Here is his (haunted) story.
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It may be the site of some fairly traumatic fictional memories, but the house in Godric's Hollow where Harry Potter was born is also pretty darn magical.
And it's up for sale online and it's not that pricey*.
For the fairly-expensive-but-also-totally-worth-it-probably price of £995,000 ($1,292,714), this Grade I listed building in Suffolk, England could quite literally be yours. It was used to recreate the childhood home of our wizarding hero in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
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