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Greystone was the grandest estate ever completed in Southern California. Build by oilman Edward Laurence Doheny, Jr., the 55-room, 46,000 square foot mansion and its extensive gardens cost an astounding $4 million dollars upon its 1929 completion.
Only months after the Doheny family moved into Greystone, the famed estate became a crime scene in one of Los Angeles’ most talked about -- and most misunderstood -- murders. To this day, the estate is wrapped in layers of mystery, and is reportedly haunted by the ghosts left behind by an era of misdeeds.