Just read a story about the #breakingbadhouse in Albuquerque. No more pizzas on the roof or pink teddy bears in the pool, the owners are installing a 6’ wrought iron fence. Honestly, this is as close as I got!
#breakingbad why you would hate owning #WalterWhites#house
Breaking Bad” superfans may soon go into withdrawal as the home of their antihero, Walter White, gets a whole lot harder to see.
That’s because the Albuquerque, NM, house that served as the chemistry teacher-turned-meth king’s residence on the beloved TV series has been overrun by so many unruly visitors, the house’s actual inhabitant has decided to build a fence around the property.
According to local news outlet KOB4, resident Joanne Quintana (whose mother owns the house) has decided to install a 6-foot-high, wrought-iron fence around her yard to keep “Breaking Bad” fans at bay. And for good reason. Back when she agreed to rent out the place to AMC’s film crews starting in 2008—moving out so they could use both the interior and exterior—she figured this temporary uprooting would be the worst inconvenience that she’d have to endure. But then the show aired and become a passion for millions of viewers. Four years after the final episode, the obsession with all things “Bad” is still going strong.