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'The Heiress and Her Chateau: Carolands of California' to premiere on KQED

Chateau Carolands
Chateau Carolands

A piece of Bay Area history is coming to KQED later this month. The story of Chateau Carolands is being told in a new documentary, 'The Heiress and Her Chateau: Carolands of California.'

The Winchester Mystery House has always received so much attention, it is time the Chateau Carolands step into the light. Rumors of a murder, haunting and a curse have followed the home through the years. The chateau is an architectural masterpiece in Hillsborough that dates back almost 100 years. The 65-thousand-square-foot chateau is larger than the White House, has more than 90 rooms and was, at one time, the largest privately owned home west of the Mississippi.

The story is coming to the small screen courtesy of an Eastbay film making team, Catherine Ryan and Gary Weimberg. The film will make its KQED 9 debut January 19th at 7:00 p.m.

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