Historic mansion is very cheap, but there's a catch
A beautiful Victorian mansion outside of Chicago is on the market for an unbelievably low price, but there's a catch... it's haunted. The massive three story, 5,000 square foot red brick mansion is listed at $159,000, but it has a bit of a dark history. It was built in 1882 for Hiram B. Scutt, who held early patents for barbed wire, and paranormal investigators say he and his children haunt the home.
Adding to its history, back in 2004 a teenager was shot and killed in the Victorian mansion, and in 2007 another man died just months after purchasing the home. So buyers beware. Oh, did we mention there is a doll room. Yes, the third floor of the home is full of creepy china dolls.
It should be noted that the real estate agent had an energy reader look around, and they found the house was not haunted. Then again, why would the real estate reader say otherwise?