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Sale of English hotel could result in new horror story for the Irish state

The Irish state is set to lose tens of millions of euro on the sale of Oakley Court, a landmark English hotel that has served as a location for a string of Gothic horror films.

6th July, 2013
Oakley Court Hotel: once a popular location for Gothic horror film sets.

The Irish state is set to lose tens of millions of euro on the sale of Oakley Court, a landmark English hotel that has served as a location for a string of Gothic horror films, including The Brides of Dracula and the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has a £67 million exposure to the luxury property, which was bought by Irish developers Liam Maye and Bernard Costello in a 2006...

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