By sQueeGee Wednesday, January 8, 2014
This looks like a great opportunity and a great place to raise a family. But, we've all seen that movie haven't we.
Greg Leeson didn’t want to call his house haunted, so in his listing, he went for a nonchalant tone: “Slightly haunted. Nothing serious, though."
Turns out Leeson didn’t technically need to disclose a haunting — even a slight one. Pennsylvania real estate law requires sellers to disclose all material defects they are aware of, says real estate agent and former lawyer Frank L. DeFazio of the Center City Team in Philadelphia.
It look like a beautiful place to live. Some of the features include, sThe sounds of phantom footsteps. A strange knocking sound followed by a very quiet (hardly noticeable, even) scream at 3:13am, maybe once a week. Twice a week, tops. And the occasional ghastly visage lurking behind you in the bathroom mirror. Even still, this occurs very rarely and only in the second floor bathroom.
Here's the listing if you want to check it out, and well move to Pennsylvania.
I don't think a priest or strange little medium that can communicate with your daughter, if she gets sucked into the television, comes with it, but, hey. It looks like a steal.
Be Just And Fear Not.