Big deal hits the market for 7,690% more than its last selling price – but buyers are focusing on another shocking detail

A HISTORIC funeral home has hit the market and is in need of some brave buyers.

The longtime Massachusetts company has an unusual sign on its front lawn.

The Massachusetts funeral home has hit the market with an unusual message on its for-sale sign


The Massachusetts funeral home has hit the market with an unusual message on its for-sale signPhoto credit: Getty

Just outside the large white structure is a message that reads “Likely Haunted.”

The strange advertisement hovers directly above the for sale sign and is therefore hard to miss.

Real estate agent Erika Kristal Eucker spoke about the message on her listing, known as Turgeon Funeral Home.

“It’s been there for many years and certainly has a long history behind it,” Eucker said WESH2.

Inside the Michigan home for sale that looks like something out of “Game of Thrones.”
House is for sale - but a VERY bizarre feature shocks viewers

Built in 1850, the building is known for its unique architecture with tall columns.

Before the space was used as a funeral home, it was a private residence.

“I’m not sure if it’s actually haunted, but given the age, I suspect it’s a possibility,” Eucker admitted.

The owners are asking $769,000, a high price for a spooky place that last sold for just $100, according to state records.

According to Zillow’s description, the property is “a uniquely different home with plenty of space.”

With over 5,000 square feet, the home can easily accommodate a large family.

A large basement and attic provide ample storage space when not being used for other paranormal purposes.

Photos of the interior show small mother-of-pearl statues, a chandelier, lamps and even an American flag.

With Halloween just around the corner, the right owners may be knocking on the door.


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