This Mansion Is Selling For A Huge Sum Despite Horrifying Evidence Of It Being Haunted
Would you spend £3.4 million on a haunted mansion? No, you aren't a mug. Regardless, that's how much this house is going for.
Formerly owned by a Tina Turner impersonator, the property needs frequent visits from Voodoo priestesses to keep visitors safe from harm.
And it has a long history of freaked out guests due to the weird as fuck goings on during the night.
Dr Steve and Nicky Davis left a message in the guest book explaining:
"We stayed in the Vamps Bordello room. Friday night when we went to bed my husband and I placed our shoes in the closet (total of 6 pairs) when we woke up the next morning one of my flip flops was in the bathroom. The other one was placed underneath our bed."
Then on Saturday Night:
"We bought a 19th century antique piece the piece weighted approximately 40 pounds. Before bed I placed the piece on our table in our room. The table is of metal construction, around 3 or 4 am my husband and I awakened to a noise. It sounded as if a piece of furniture was being drug across the hard wood floors.
"We looked around and seen nothing. Approximately 4 hours later the alarm went off and we both look at our statue. The statue was placed vertical on the table before bed. The statue was now faced completely sideways.
"My husband and I turned the statue back into its previous position in order to see if that was the dragging noise we were awakened to, and it was! Once again my shoes were misplaced one brown shoe was tucked in between 2 pillows that were placed on the floor from the bed and another black shoe at the foot of the bed!"
Yeah, fuck all that, seriously. £3.4 million to not be able to sleep at night? I'll stick to spending £3.40 each on several pints and not being able to sleep at night, thanks.
The house was designed by architect James H. Calrow but he was killed by yellow fever. It was sold to John Henry Maginnis but he too was killed, this time by lightning strike, according to toptenrealestatedeals.com. Since then it has had numerous owners but the one thing that has remained each and every year is the ghost they call 'The Caretaker'.
Just... fuck this. I am not interested one bit in houses with ghosts.
All images credited to toptenrealestatedeals.com