This mansion was sold ridiculously cheap and there is a reason behind it...
This mansion in Queen Anne’s style is situated in an exclusive neighbourhood in New York. This house has everything. Wonderful stained glass. Laminated floors. A circular tower.
Everything is simply outstanding. We would expect that such house will be sold for millions of dollars and be devoured by some greedy owners. However, this house was sold for just $105,000. Do you want to know why?
Google Maps took this photo of the house. If you look closely at the third floor, there are some ghostly hands that seem stamped on the windows, leaving strange white marks.
This photo repulsed a lot of people from buying the enormous mansion, so the seller was forced to lower the price. The real estate broker Cindy Hagley claimed that the company set such low price for the mansion in order to start a bidding war among potential buyers. It's a great marketing strategy.
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She also assured that mentioned handprints were caused by oil and sweat because ghosts couldn’t leave handprints on the windows.
Do you think it's true or not? This mansion got much more attention that the real estate could ever imagine. What do you think? Are those the handprints of a trapped ghost in the beautiful house? Or maybe they're marks left by somebody who had too much of free time?
Unfortunately, that wasn’t the only case of “haunted” houses. In winter 1970, Roger and Carolyn Perron bought a house to live there with their five daughters.
From the day they started to live in that place, strange things started to happen there.
They soon discovered that the former residents of the house hanged themselves in the barn and afterwards they discovered something even scarier - more than one family had died there.
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That house was later under the investigation led by the famous Ed and Lorraine Warren. In fact, the Perron family claimed that everything that happened in the house was true and matched everything presented in the movie “The Conjuring”, which was based on the events in the house. What’s more, original Lorraine Warren worked as an advisor for the directors of the movie, and also appeared in one scene.
Later, the present owners of the house on Rhode Island, Norma Sutcliffe and Gerald Helfrich, were forced to sue Warner Bros for instigating fans to get inside their private property after the movie release.
We leave you here with a video where Lorraine Warren narrates her life.
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Another example of spooky house is Whaley house in California. The author, Traci Regula narrates his experience: “Throughout the years, while I had dinners in Old Town Mexican Cafe, I got accustomed to the fact, that I could realize that the blinds on the second floor (in Whaley house) sometimes could open while we ate, only to find out later that the house was closed.
During last visit, I could feel some energy in various points inside of the house, especially in the audience room, where it stank of cigarettes. In the hallway I could smell perfumes that I initially assigned to a young woman who was an instructor, but later I discovered that she was also sniffing, so it wasn’t her fragrance at all.”
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