'Huge price reduction' on Unabomber's property
Want to follow in the Unabomber's footsteps in a strictly real estate sense? His property in Montana, minus the cabin, is up for sale.
The listing declares it's being offered for a "HUGE PRICE REDUCTION" of $69,500, down from $154,500. Apparently buyers are not lining up for the opportunity, despite the possibly one-of-a-kind tree with "FBI" carved into it.
John Pistelak Realty, which has the listing, describes the 1.4-acre land as "obviously very secluded."
"Own a piece of infamous US history!" the listing says.
The reason you can't own Ted Kaczynski's cabin, too: It's at the Newseum in D.C., the Associated Press says. The AP points out that it's not clear who the current owner of the land is.
What do you think, folks: Would the land be more likely to sell as advertised, or if no hint of its past were disclosed?