The house in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Bryan Cranston's meth-dealing character lived in has of course become the spot for countless photos, theft, and pizza being thrown on the roof. Why? A bit odd, and very wasteful (save the pizza!), but maybe it would be a passable practical joke if the house was merely a prop, or abandoned after filming ended.
The series had a somewhat unlikely arc of popularity: It was generally low-rated in its early seasons, but became one of the first series to gain a huge following through Netflix streaming of the older episodes.
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Meanwhile, the area is covered with surveillance cameras, and detectives hope that the footage will give them some clues. PIX11's sources say the couple may have been targeted since they were landloards. "They are good people".
To keep people away from the Albuquerque, New Mexico home, Joanne Quintana says they have chose to install a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the perimeter. Well, turns out Breaking Bad fans are slow to forget. In the space of fifteen minutes, the news station counted at least ten tourists vying for pictures of the property.
Aside from fans milling about the property with not-bad intentions, the homeowners have dealt over the years with "vandalisms, trespassing, and general rudeness" from those eager to view a TV landmark that also happens to be somebody's house.
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The owner's of the New Mexico residence that served as Walter White's home on Breaking Bad have erected a fence to keep out trespassers.
It's hard to disagree with the decision. But now, the owners have had enough.
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Incidentally, Weckiai Rannila, the renter of a University of New Mexico apartment that was the on-screen home of Breaking Bad Emmy victor Aaron Paul's Jessie Pinkman, tells the station she also has her share of sometimes "annoying" selfie-seeking fans.