Ever Wanted to Live in a Haunted House? You’re in Luck!

We’re not saying that these houses are definitely haunted, but…look at them! There’s no way you can avoid the dark specter of some grisly murder victim in their halls, or hear the disembodied voice of a crying child who died a hundred years ago. Would YOU live in one of these haunted houses for sale?

Lynnewood Hall

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If you’ve got a spare $15.5 million lying around, this estate outside Philadelphia could be yours! The mansion has 55 bedrooms, and at least three or four of them have to be haunted. The sellers are hoping that someone turns this place into condos or even a hotel. Because nothing bad ever happened in a horribly haunted hotel, right?

Stone Estate

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This creepy estate built in 1933 sits on almost two hundred acres of woods. Presumably that’s where the original owner buried all the bodies. Can’t you just imagine a ghostly face pressed up against that tiny window above the door?

Oaklawn

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The ghost of a Civil War widow definitely haunts this place. The historic Texas home is a bargain at $125,000, but it’s a fixer-upper. You’ll have to pay for an exorcism in addition to the rest of the remodeling costs, and those things always go over budget.

Hilltop Hotel

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This hotel in Philmont, NY, looks like its hiding all kinds of dark secrets. What do you think will crawl out of that little basement door once night has fallen? And can you hear a woman muttering softly to herself in a language you can’t quite understand? Is she behind you right now? Don’t turn around!

Eureka

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Just a cute, slightly shabby Victorian house, right? Nothing to see here…except that Eureka, CA, is a known hotbed of haunting. This home, built in 1882, is suspiciously cheap for California. Do you think they know something we don’t? Maybe something about the shadowy figure that locals swear they’ve seen pacing back and forth in the upstairs window?

You know what? For $179,000, I think I’d learn to the live with the ghost.

The Parsonage

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Speaking of suspiciously cheap, this home in Hudson, NY, is a steal at $150,000. The historic home features a 2-bedroom apartment in the back, making it seem like the perfect investment. But that’s before you hear the story about who they kept locked up in that secluded apartment for so many years, and the things she did once she escaped…