A small building in England that was once a medieval prison for people accused of witchcraft is now a cozy home in need of an owner.
But prospective buyers should be forewarned: The sordid history of the former jail, known as "The Cage," has led many to claim that the house is haunted, with some calling it the most haunted house in England, British real estate agency Home Domus 360 wrote in a listing on Facebook.
"With a reputation attracting TV crews from around the world, this unique 2 bedroom cottage comes available with many resident ghosts," Home Domus 360 representatives said on Facebook.
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Located in St. Osyth in Essex, U.K., the building was recently placed on the market by owner Vanessa Mitchell; this is the third time that Mitchell has tried to sell The Cage since moving out in 2008, according to local news outlet The Clacton and Frinton Gazette.
Mitchell reportedly fled the house in 2004 and moved elsewhere after seeing "mysterious blood spatters" and being "physically attacked" by malevolent ghosts — one of which was "a satanic-looking goat," Mitchell told The Gazette.