One of the biggest milestones a person can reach in life is owning their first home. Most likely, a house will be the biggest asset that anyone has in their portfolio, so it’s best to do your research in order to make an informed decision. Then, it’s time to build your dream home!

There’s one listing on Zillow, though, that’s raising a few eyebrows due to its rather odd bio. The home, which is located in Cayce, South Carolina, is a four-bedroom, three-bath fixer-upper with a nice little yard and an upstairs floor. What could be wrong with it?

Well, no one knows for sure, exactly—and that’s the problem!

More than a few people have noticed a curious listing on real estate website Zillow advertising a home in Cayce, South Carolina. On the outside, the home looks fairly normal… but the listing’s bio tells a more mysterious—and concerning—story.


The questionable bio begins by describing the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house thusly: “Upstairs apartment cannot be shown under any circumstances. Buyer assumes responsibility for the month-to-month tenancy in the upstairs apartment.”


Yes, well… that is slightly odd. Who would purchase a house for $130,000 when they couldn’t even see the whole thing? The questionable description would only continue from there: “Occupant has never paid, and no security deposit is being held, but there is a lease in place.”


Wait, wait, hang on. Why has the upstairs occupant never paid? Who in the world would ever sign up for that deal? Finally, the bio concludes, rather snippily: “(Yes, it does not make sense, please don’t bother asking.)”


The property might be 1,742 square feet and offer central air conditioning, but it’s hard to imagine anyone being interested in anything other than what the heck is going on upstairs! We have a right to know!


Speculation, as you might have assumed, is that there is something quite fishy going on up there. Is it haunted? Was there a murder? Is there a criminal trying to escape both his past and the law?


It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly what is happening upstairs, but either way, it’s definitely mysterious—and bizarre. Would you be willing to look at this house and not ask about that? Probably not…


It’s just a little strange that the realtors aren’t even allowed to ask about what is going on up there. How did the person/thing/monster get away with not paying rent?

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