There's a beautiful Victorian Queen Anne house in Camden, New York that recently went up on the market. Historic home enthusiasts marveled at the house but wondered, "what's up with the listing price?" Its asking price was just $105,000 – way, way below market value for an 1880s home of its size.
The house had been photographed by Google Maps in October of 2013. A few keen observers noted something very unsettling about the home's second floor.
Were those handprints? Keep in mind that the home had been abandoned for half a decade when the photo was taken.
The last family to own the home mysteriously left it without explanation shortly after purchasing it.
The home is on the National Register of Historic Places, which makes its low price and strange circumstances even more baffling.
Inside, the home's upkeep is decent, despite being uninhabited for so long.
The stained glass windows add an air of solemnity.
It has a lovely wooden bannister to grasp at, should you find yourself suddenly given a push down the stairs by an unknown force.
And these parlor rooms are already decorated for the perfect séance and exorcism.
Plenty of windows to catch glimpses of what you could swear were faces reflected on the hardwood floors.
And a lovely chandelier to suddenly begin rattling in the middle of the night.
Nothing creepy about these owls. Nothing at all.
Credit: Messy Nessy Chic