THIS is the notorious murder mansion where music producer Phil Spector shot dead actress Lana Clarkson.
Rare pics reveal the infamous nine-bedroom Alhambra estate in California – called Pyrenees Castle – which was bought in 1998 by the mogul, who died on Saturday from coronavirus complications.
The property became a notorious crime scene in 2003 after it was the scene of actress Lana’s killing, which saw Spector sentenced for 19-years-to-life in jail.
Pics from the mock-castle mansion taken in 2010 – the year after he was convicted – show how the remote chateau was still filled with the Beatles producer’s belongings.
The medieval-style home had a full suit of armor and sword on display, as well as a fully-stocked bar and a games room with pool table.
Its 35 rooms even included an Iguana Room, which contained a large aquarium with three lizards – Godzilla, Laurel, and Hardy.
Music memorabilia from the disgraced ‘Wall of Sound’ architect’s career filled the walls of the 8,600 square foot home.
It included a certification for nine million broadcast performances of ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ – the Righteous Brothers hit that Spector produced while still in school.
Also visible was a photo frame commemorating legendary Beatle George Harrison’s ‘All Things Must Pass’, which was co-produced by Spector and a note from John Lennon’s wife Yoko Ono.
A keyboard, a jukebox and John Lennon’s favorite battered Gibson guitar were displayed around the hilltop home, which was designed by architect John Walker Smart in 1925.
Platinum discs from hits such as ‘River Deep, Mountain High’ and movie Dirty Dancing also lined the walls.
The mansion also includes ten bathrooms, two full kitchens, a butler’s pantry, staff quarters, four garages and even a hair salon for Spector – who wore a collection of wigs.
Two offices show papers strewn about – just as Spector had left them.
The house was put on the market for £4million in 2019 as part of his divorce settlement with Rachelle who he married in 2006 while he was in jail and awaiting trial.
Record producer Spector won a Grammy Award, worked with The Beatles and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.
But all that was overshadowed after he was convicted of murdering B-movie actress Lana, a nightclub hostess he took home after a night of drinking in 2003.
The Los Angeles police found her slumped in a chair in the foyer of the mansion, dead from a single bullet wound to the head.
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Spector maintained Ms Clarkson’s death was an “accidental suicide” and that she “kissed the gun”.
But prosecutors said that he shot her during a drunken row after she refused his demands for sex and other women testified that Spector had threatened them at gunpoint.
He was found guilty following a second trial in 2009.