Nicolas Cage buys haunted house for horror novel

Nicolas CageNicolas Cage, 50, once purchased up a mansion in New Orleans previously owned by Madame LaLaurie, who’s known for the torture and murder of slaves, in the hope of gaining inspiration to pen a horror novel. Speaking in the Daily Mail newspaper’s Event magazine, he said: ”I once lived in the most haunted house in America. The LaLaurie Mansion in New Orleans used to belong to Madame LaLaurie, a well-known 19th century socialite and serial killer. I bought it in 2007, figuring it would be a good place in which to write the great American horror novel. I didn’t get too far with the novel.” However, the Kick-Ass star admits that isn’t the only time he’s found himself in a spooky situation as someone once told him his son Weston, now 23, whom he has with ex-girlfriend Christina Fulton, would be dead before he reached the age of 15.
He explained: ”Someone once told me that my child, nine at the time, would be dead by the time he was 15. I immediately told that person to back away from the house and they did. My son, Weston, is now 23.” Nicolas also has 11-month-old son Kal-El with his third wife Alice Kim.

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  1. Rod • September 22, 2014 @ 4:50 PM

    So weird. I’m guessing he never got to see any ghosts.

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