Would You Dare Spend A Night In This Netflix-Worthy And Real-Life ‘Hill House’?


Step into the Jennings Music Building, the structure that may have inspired Netflix’s ‘The Haunting of Hill House.’

With real-life creepy testimonials from students who go there, the Jennings Music Building at the Bennington College in Vermont is a setup that’ll have fans of the paranormal camping out on the grounds.


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Windows opening without explanation, phantom footsteps along the halls, random cold spots, and instruments playing by themselves are just among the thing students have reported while spending the day at the Jennings Music Building.
While Netflix hasn’t confirmed it, the imposing ivy-covered stone structure seems a good setting to follow the lives of siblings who grew up in the ‘most haunted home in the country’ and how the hauntings have impacted them well into adulthood.
The show is available for streaming on October 12 and stars Michiel Huisman, Carla Gugino, Timothy Hutton, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate Siegel, and McKenna Grace.

The show is actually an adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s famous 1959 novel of the same name. And according to Cosmopolitan, who did a little snooping around for us, Jackson’s husband, Stanley Edgar Hyman, was a professor at Bennington College and they lived nearby the music building.
What do you guys think? Or are there waaaaay scarier houses in the country?


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