Trees surrounded the house like a cage.
Tangi asked the realtor, “Why has this house been on the market so long? The price is more than right.”
Inhaling visibly, the realtor answered, “Mechanically it’s sound, and there are no liens.”
“That’s not what I asked.”
“Once an offer is made, I’m able to disclose specifics,” was the response.
Tangi was on the fence. Something was amiss but the house was perfect.
Feeling confident she could handle whatever, she made the offer – and learned a family was impaled there.
The night she moved in, the fence began to bleed.
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