The house can be seen from time to time on Unsolved Mysteries and I believe it is for sale and again that's why I won't give the exact address.
Here's the best part of the story: when Shindler got out of jail, his girlfriend stabbed him and that was that.
I was a real estate broker at the time and Nathan called and said "PLEASE, PLEASE, I gotta sell the house and I'm getting out of town" - I knew something was up - OK, so I bought the house with a short escrow - he was shot at day the escrow closed - thank God because I was working for Fred Sand's Beverly Hills office and Fred would have had a heart attack if the sale was pulled over the murder. I found out about the history of the house when I pulled the chain of title and the neighbors started telling me what when on in that house.
My two great danes refused to set foot in the house - it had a very creepy feeling about it - doors open and slammed by themselves and I decided to lease the house and stay in my house in the hills. 3 different tenants said COLD spots in the house were so bad they didn't want to stay. This was just too creepy so I decided to sell the house; it sold in one day and I was glad to be rid of it.
Lifted from Angelique Anthony on Facebook.