Hot Real Estate News: Top 10 Halloween Haunted Homes Now For Sale

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Neverland Ranch is for sale at $100 million, but it might be haunted by Michael Jackson

“Top 10 Haunted & Scary Homes For Sale”

Fall is a slow time of the year in the real estate business. The kids are back in school and winter is coming up fast when most people do not want to move. With anxious sellers and fewer buyers, it is the best time of the year for a bargain on a home purchase - especially a haunted house. has the frightening details and photos of haunted and scary homes for sale.

Is that a ‘For Sale’ sign swinging slowly in the wind, through bursts of lightning? Buying a new home can be a scary proposition, and every home has a few quirks. Kitchen lights turn on and off by themselves, garage doors open on their own in the middle of the night and the floors creak and groan as the colder weather sets in. Perhaps even an occasional demented scream of complete despair! Just a few of the everyday home experiences that can make even the bravest home owner want to run back to the safety of their rented apartment.

For anyone looking for a new home that is different than the cookie-cutter, classic colonial or the mid-century modern with a pool and two-car garage, this year’s haunted homes for sale list has bone-chilling listings that give new meaning to the term “buyer beware.” Would anyone buy the Ohio home where 18-year old Jeffrey Dahmer killed and dismembered his first victim, scattered the remains about the woods and buried body parts under the front porch? Or, an Arizona rock home built inside billion-year-old boulders that emit a Stonehenge-type light phenomenon on both the spring and fall equinoxes? What about the Silence of the Lambs movie home where Buffalo Bill skinned his victims? Perhaps, a Colorado ghost town where everyone disappeared in the 1990s? Afraid of Michael Jackson's ghost at Neverland Ranch, or the terrifying Dakota in New York City where Yoko Ono discovered John Lennon playing their piano - after he was dead?

Is it ghosts in the new home, or something even worse? Could that dream home become a nightmare? No one ever said buying a home was easy. What difference could a few ghosts make?

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