MINERAL WELLS, Texas - Horror hounds and scream queens, this house is for you!
The legendary Haunted Hill House in Mineral Wells, Texas, is up for sale, real estate listing site Estately announced Monday.
The 2,840-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a starting price of $125,000.
A reported nine spirits haunt the home, which was built in 1890 and is near the historic Baker Hotel, according to the Hill House's website.
The home allegedly served as a brothel, supplying "working girls" and bootleggers for the Baker during Prohibition.
Several deaths were also reported during that time, and the spirit of a little boy is said to still haunt the upstairs.
"Many people become nauseous (and) some get a headache and ill upon entering the grounds," according to the website. "Some are visited by a malevolent spirit the next day after visiting the house" and small children are not allowed to visit.
Estately also said the house features an "alleged third bathroom built but sealed totally up."
Why? No one knows.
More haunted sites in South Texas:
- Does the ghost of Joseph Huebner haunt the Huebner-Onion Homestead?
- Ghosts of children, past owner haunt Faust Hotel
- Oldest hotel in Texas haunted by ghosts of past guests
- Apparitions, phantom drum beats encountered inside city park
- Ghost tales and guests that never leave: SA's historic Menger Hotel
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