Most houses for sale indicate their number of bedrooms and bathrooms, but one house has another unique number attached to it.
Michele Bell has tried to sell her family’s house in Troy, New York, but says she has not received legitimate offers. While most home sellers benefit from a red-hot market, this particular home sits idle in the market.
It may have something to do with the nine ghosts that allegedly inhabit the property.
Bell spoke to Fox News about her family home, explaining that after she lost her mother to Alzheimer’s, she decided it was time to part with the property. Bell had taken care of her mother for nine years in the house until she died a few years ago. During this time period, “unusual activity in the house” increased.
“We lost 13-20 helpers during that time,” she said. Apparently, the nurses kept seeing ghosts roaming the house or its surrounding property.
“A couple of them said they were pushed,” Bell added.
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Bell says that while the house has generated a lot of interest, no legitimate buyers have made offers yet. According to Bell, no one has been able to present proof of mortgage approval.
The house has been in the family for generations. Bell says that when she spent time there as a child, she did not experience any overtly paranormal activity. She said, however, that it often felt as if there was a presence in the house. She described hiding under the dining table or in the attic where it felt safe.
These days, however, things have changed.
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“There are three men in the basement,” Bell explained, discussing the ghosts. She says she does not know who these men are, but they have aggressive energy. People have described the feeling of having been pushed into the basement.
“It’s creepy down there,” Bell said.
Some of the other ghosts know her though. Her grandfather and great-grandfather have both been seen (or heard) walking in the halls.
While Bell acknowledged that the haunts could drive potential buyers away, she also said some people seek it out. She just needs to find someone who is interested and also serious about buying.
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Bell will continue to visit the house regularly. She says she cleans the house with sage to keep the spirits calm.
While Bell was talking to Fox News by phone from the house, the whisper could be heard in the background. Bell said her husband was with her in the house. He had not made the noise, she added.