Dave Schrader, the host of a paranormal radio show, says he was lucky enough to be snooping around the house one afternoon when Rudy Enriquez arrived. Schrader too had become obsessed with “The Murder House,” and quizzed Enriquez. “He said the Perelsons were Jewish…so why would they have a Christmas tree?” he recalls. According to Schrader, Enriquez said he used the house as storage for belongings left to him by friends who had passed away.
“Murder House,” a documentary prepared by NET Television, takes you inside a unique training program for a new generation of crime scene investigators. Students earning their Masters Degree in Criminal Forensics are put at the scene of a fictional, but realistic homicide. Passing or failing the course hinges on their ability to properly collect and analyze the evidence and ultimately convince a mock grand jury that they identified the correct suspect. Meanwhile, the work of a real life C.S.I. Unit provides the crucial evidence in real life homicide trial.
The Alfred Rosenheim Mansion, known to Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story” fans as the Murder House, was briefly available for rent on Airbnb. The first season of FX’s horror anthology series centered around the house along with the demons, ghost and ghouls that resided within it.