One spooky cottage in St Osyth, Essex.
Former medieval Jail
Site of witch hangings
Asking price, £180,000
Aggressive spirits and ghost of a satanic devil goat included.
Vanessa Mitchell moved into the little cottage in Essex in 2004, she says at the time, she was not aware that the home was haunted by numerous spirits.
The building, known as "The Cage," was the site of one of England's most famous witch hunts, a hunt that culminated in the hanging of eight women.
The building was last used as a jail in 1908, after that, it became a private residence, one which changed hands constantly over the years. Mitchell, who has owned the property for 11 years, holds the record for keeping the property the longest.
Mitchell also reports that a shadow figure appeared standing over her son's bed, and claims that blood splatters appear on the floor of the home.
She reached her limit however, when CCTV cameras picked up the image of what she believes is the ghost of a "satanic goat devil" lurking inside the house. Mitchell now believes the cottage is cursed and is filled with a sinister presence:
"There's something evil there in there, something demonic, whatever it is that's keeping the other spirits trapped inside."
Mitchell says that she's done further research on the history of the house and discovered that plague victims were once sent to the location to die. She also says there's records of suicides at the property.
Recent reports are claiming the that house is "Britain's most haunted home," a rather bold statement considering the extent of England's haunted locations, but then, how do you really prove such a statement?
It's interesting to note that some people are claiming that Mitchell has been conducting séances at the home for some time. Conjuring more spirits perhaps?
So, how much ghostly evidence is there and how much is just paranormal PR in order to sell the property? For £180,000 you can find out for yourself.