Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" Video Mansion Literally "Goes Down in Flames"

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Taylor Swift, are you a psychic? The beautiful mansion where Tay taped her decadent "Blank Space" music video just coincidentally and literally went down in flames.

According to new reports, the Winfield Mansion in New York was severely damaged by a fire that started on January 28 and took 150 firefighters to put out. It's unknown how the fire started but there' are rumors it has something to do with the property being haunted.

The swagtastic house was built in 1916 at Glen Cove on New York's Long Island by Frank Winfield Woolworth, after his family's previous home was destroyed by...a fire.The mansion actually got its reputation for being haunted after the death of his second daughter, whose spirit is thought to have stayed with the home after she committed suicide in 1917. Uh, creepy!

Adding to the eerie-ness is that in "Blank Space" Tay sings about her relationship "going down in flames." Did she just foreshadow a literal blaze? That makes the house even more spooky!

Check out the Winfield Mansion in Tay's video below.



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