Hello Listener, it’s me Dee. This week I will be dropping into your feed with a few scary stories, about haunted houses and the such. So tune in all week until Halloween. Happy listening! How far would you go to please a ghost? Let’s find out in today’s story. Thanks for listening and please let us know what you think! See ya next Thursday with our regularly scheduled programming. Please be sure to follow if listening on spotify, review if on Apple podcasts and Favorite if on Anchor, help us grow! This podcast is made with Descript. Sign up for free and start editing and transcribing today. This episode was adapted from a story from https://www.theceshop.com/agent-essentials/blog/3-real-estate-agents-haunted-house-stories — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teaoverinteriors/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teaoverinteriors/support
Dee: [00:00:00] I received a rather weird call for listing. The seller told me I couldn’t go see the house because she, quote had a male ghost and he would get upset if he knew she was selling. I agreed to initially meet her at her office instead. So. We get the home listed and we set a day for the showings. I got to the house and started to take some photos. And every time I would take a photo. It was a blurry image in it. I could not take a photo without that appearing. Then, I asked the seller. If I could use her restroom. As I walked down the hall, the door slams shut. About five minutes later during the open house. Cabinets were opening and closing. The house was [00:01:00] shaking. You could hear a ghastly, cry. There was a rocking chair in one of the rooms and it was rocking like crazy. Next thing I know. The seller begins, whispering to the, ghost saying something like. “You can come with us” ,”Please don’t be upset.” “We need a larger home.”It’s not about you.” The entire open house debacle lasted a whole 30 minutes. The ghost eventually calmed down. But the owner didn’t think it was a good idea for any more people to go inside the home. Hmm, you think. Let’s just say I didn’t sell her home.