Unabomber land is prettyUnabomber Ted Kaczynski might never have been able to make his own little bit of scary bomb-making history on this 1.4-acre property in Lincoln, Montana if it were not so very, very secluded, indeed. After the nation's longest, costliest manhunt, Kaczynski was arrested in his tiny cabin, in these very woods, back in April 1996.
Now this lovely forested land can be yours for just $69,500.
Would you buy this property?
Of course, the $69,500 price tag, reduced from $154,500, won't get you power or water nor will it get you the creepy Kaczynski cabin because it is on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. However, the listing -- via Northwest National Real Estate -- does offer you a chance to "Own a piece of infamous US history!" It also boasts, "This is a one of a kind property and is obviously very secluded."
I guess moving onto this lot would provide you a built-in conversation starter.
Ted Kaczynski, nicknamed the "Unabomber," is serving a life sentence for the murder of three people and injury of 23 others during a nationwide bomb spree between 1978 and 1995.
What do you think? Would you want to live on this land? Or are there too many "ghosts" in this forest?
Image via Northwest National Real Estate