Wow – what a price reduction! An infamous 1.4 acre parcel of wooded land in western Montana had been listed for $154,500 but the price has been dropped to $69,500.
There’s no electricity or running water. In fact, the lone building on the land, a cabin so basic it makes rustic seem luxurious, has been moved to the Newseum in Washington D.C.
Yes, this is where the Unibomber, Ted Kaczynski, plotted his attacks on University profs and other technological elites. The Harvard educated mathematician was finally turned in by his brother after one of the longest manhunts in U.S. history. The land comes complete with a tree in which Ted carved the letters FBI and expertly installed chain linked fences topped by barbed wire around its perimeter.
The listing proudly boasts that the property’s buyer will have “a chance to own a piece of US history!’ The current owner’s name is unknown. Ted’s in maximum security in Colorado and likely will be for life. Tow a comfy trailer onto the lot, dig out a latrine and you’ve got yourself a getaway that will be envied by nutbars living in basements everywhere!