@Belzin11584, but Scoob, like, would you do it for a Scooby Snack?
Kept finding heroine needles all over my property, but couldn't get a discount for that.
“Die a hero or...”
@Weird Porn Stash, This is not actually that hard of a story to believe. At least 45% of Americans openly admit to believing in the Supernatural in one form or another. Ive done a lot of remodeling work and you would be surprised how much value a property can lose due to a local superstition. Especially in high end neighborhoods. This story? Entirely plausible. Unlikely sure. But plausible.
@Weird Porn Stash, what the prophet said is true. While I don't believe in supernatural stuff, there was a house supposedly haunted in the nice neighborhood near where I lived. Thing has been sold 4 or so times I know of and never been lived in or repaired.
@LaDarkProphet, but why would the guy that is developing the lot tell everyone it’s haunted so nobody wants to buy it?
@Jolee Bindo, You ever been on a work site before? Stuff like that gets around. People talk.
I guess that would have made him the meddling kid.