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The Top 5 Spookiest Things Founds By New Homeowners
When Gina Meyers moved in to her first home in Boulder, Colorado, she was excited to begin a new chapter. But within moments of unpacking, she quickly noticed something was very wrong. One of the first things she noticed was a mysterious, sticky liquid oozing from the walls behind her couch. Curious as to what it was, and doing what any other rational person would've done (okay, maybe not), she decided to give it a taste. Creeped out by the mysterious substance, she pushed her finger against the oozing liquid, and then put her finger to her lips. "Honey!", she thought to herself. "That's not so bad."
For Gina, the circumstance worked out in her favor. Unfortunately, some homeowners didn't get off so easily. Let's take a look at the top three spookiest things ever found by new homeowners.
Mummies In the Corridors : Jorge Giro was perhaps just as excited to move in to his new home in Roses, Spain as Gina was hers. Having gotten the deal of a lifetime, Jorge unlocked his new home and crossed the threshold for the very first time. He knew it was a foreclosure, and was told that the previous owner had mysteriously disappeared years before. Not thinking anything of it, Jorge walks right in. But, instead of the beautiful Mediterranean landscape, the first thing Jorge noticed was the dried up corpse of the previous owner. Yikes!
Deadly Critters In the Walls : It's probably safe to say that when you purchase your new home, you don't expect creepy crawlies to be living in the walls around you. But that's exactly what happened for one Whitmoor Country Club couple when they moved in to their new, 2,400 square foot home. The owners of this beautiful home, that sits on the fourth hole in their dream community, understandably freaked out and abandoned their residence after discovering thousands of brown recluse spiders oozing from the walls. More than 5,000 of them! No thank you!!!
Things That Go Bump In the Night : It's probably safe to say that when you hear odd noises coming from the attic, the first thing you think is an animal. Or, you know, a ghost. But for one Rock Hill, South Carolina resident, it was something much different.
After hearing strange noises coming from the attic, and nails falling from the ceiling, Tracy, the new homeowner, knew something wasn't right. Being too scared to do it herself, she sent her nephew into the attic to investigate. What he found was enough to send any girl running! Tracy's ex-boyfriend was the ghost in the attic. Scary, right!? He'd apparently been spying on her after she'd dumped him… are you ready for this… more than 12 years ago!