When Ackley tried to sell the place, the buyer became alarmed after learning that the house was an attraction on a local ghost tour. Buyer Jeffrey Stambovsky took Ackley to court, where it was ruled that Stambovsky could back out of the deal because he had not been told that the house was filled with ghosts before agreeing to buy it.
So if you're ever trying to sell a house, make sure that you tell all of the hopeful couples walking through A) where the fuse box is, and B) where the hellish undead spirits from a life beyond death tend to hang out. (It's usually the couch.)
Kinda makes you wonder what Ruth Bader Ginsburg would have thought of real-life Ghostbusters.
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