A haunted house is up for sale in Waikanae, New Zealand this week.
Well, okay... it's not really haunted. Only in the movies.
Richmond Hall has one major claim to fame: it was one of the filming locations for Peter Jackson's 1996 movie, The Frighteners. The five-bedroom neo-Georgian style home, built in 1982, can be seen in the "Flying babies" scene and was also used in other interior shots throughout the feature.
Owners Jill and Noel Phillips say it isn't the paranormal that is driving them from their home of nine years, or even crazed fans. They simply bought another home down the road in Te Horo and plan to relocate soon.
The house is valued at around $680,000 and is expected to sell at or above its value, even with the housing market slump. And this is the final week, so look while you can...