GREENWICH, Conn. -- Back in 1971, when Alice Cooper and the band were looking for a place big enough to live and rehearse in, his manager found "creepy mansion" in Greenwich to rent, according to an interview with The Wall Street Journal .
"We needed a place to live near New York where we could crank up the volume while rehearsing without bothering the neighbors," the article quotes Cooper as saying.
The 40-room mansion included a ballroom with a walk-in fireplace, a chapel, a bell tower and 15 bedrooms as well as Bette Davis next door.
Read the full interview with Alice Cooper and what he remembers of Greenwich here in The Wall Street Journal.
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