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Haunted Houses

In what sounds like a job for the world's foremost expert on stigmatized properties, a three-bedroom chunk of Rainbow Terrace, a nationally registered estate once referred to as "Atlanta's most famous haunted mansion," is up for sale asking $450K. Once home to Coca-Cola heiress Lucy Beall Candler Owens Heinz Leide, who is actually named that, the mansion was the site of her husband's 1948 murder, and was carved into condos in the early 1980s. [Curbed Atlanta; previously]