Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Home Sweet Home


How could you not want to live here? Doesn't this photo make you think of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies, kittens playing with balls of yarn, and the family coming together for Thanksgiving?

Yeah, me neither.

26 comments:

Müge said...

Put that porch light out, nail a few planks over the door and you can almost hear somebody say "Nobody has ever been here since 1938, people say it's haunted." in a spooky voice as used in horror movies.

(Your wonderful blog is my recent discovery and I'm loving it.)

Dana said...

Comes with ghost as seen in bottom left hand corner. What a bargin!

Meg said...

OMG!!! Isn't that the guest house in Dark Shadows where Barnaby lived?

Mindy said...

Cool! It even comes with a ghost in the yard.

David said...

The inside seems just as creepy as the ghost in the driveway

T said...

that photo would make a great book cover for something by Dean Koontz or Stephen King... maybe the realtor should consider a career change?

Kimmie said...

Sure...except for that apparition in the corner...

Cellar Door said...

It looks like the photo molded.

PrincessLuceval said...

It's nice to see all the laundry on the bed, too.

Anonymous said...

Ooooh ! The last stand for my post-apocalyptic zombie scenario ! I like the pre-installed lens fare spirit-souls rising in the yard.

Kyle said...

Sure the guy next door's a little strange, with the big pointy helmet and the knife and all, but those nurses down the road seem nice.

Stuart said...

What's with all these moths? And why do you keep telling me to put the lotion on my skin? Seriously, man.

Alex said...

At first glance, I thought this was a screenshot from Silent Hill. Gritty, poorly lit, etc.

Julia O'C said...

My black, shrunken little heart has found a home.

D~ said...

Think of those wonderful warm and fuzzy moments happening, but quite honestly, I'm hearing screams.

Think Silence of the Lambs.

Aim said...

This realtor is one of those vampire realtor's that you hear of. They can't come out during the day so of course they have to take the pictures at night.

Chris said...

Blair Witch ...

Glory von Hathor said...

Hey - at least the yard ghosts will keep the Raccoons out of your trash.

Jane_Canuck said...

Wow. I didn't know Nikon made a "soul-less and depressing" filter. All of the photos were depressing, and some of them even had light sources other than the Flash From Hell.

Yet I've seen far worse homes. A paradox.

Freelance Writer said...

the creepy gastly figure on the yard is found in several rooms inside as a greenish grey fog floating at waist level.

note that it is only some pictures and not all, lending even more to the ghostly eerieness of this creepy place.

thatroom said...

Ahh.. obviously this photo is taken in StalkerView(TM)

Button Ginger said...

All I can think of is that the tenant or owner is scary and only leaves the house at night.

The estate agent (or landlord) is a wimp and has been sitting in the car all day waiting for the occupier (vampire, maybe, or zombie) to leave and quicky get a few shots before they come back.

It looks like the set of a cheap 70s horror movie. Is Telly Savalas going to show up soon?

Cottagecheap said...

Sadly that looks like a potentiall nice little crafstman bungalow! Seriously people. If you have put 50K in rehab into it. Put some sheets on the bed, pick up the place and for the love of good tak a good exterior photo.

Dane said...

That's A classy house. Is that a clothing optional beyond this point sign hanging on the wall? that just adds to the creepiness of this place

sighquietly said...

Ahh, home sweet future meth lab.

Get the tub ready.

Wine Dog said...

Isn't this the house where Norman Bates spent his college years?