Fan of all things that go bump in the night now have a chance to live in their very own haunted mansion. Griffith House, located in the Faubourg Lafayette neighborhood of New Orleans, is on the market asking just over $1 million. The fully restored Antebellum Greek Revival home, a featured stop on the Haunted New Orleans ghost tours, boasts some suitably spooky Southern Gothic history.According to RealEstate.com
, legend has it that Union troops used Griffin House as a barracks and munitions storage place during the Civil War. For two unlucky Confederate deserters, the home also served as a prison. Facing execution, each shoulder instead shot the other through the heart. In the years since, owners and visitors have reported numerous paranormal incidents: stomping footsteps, distant wails, the clinking of chains, and two phantasmal figures lurking about.Anyone brave enough to move in to Griffin House will at least be haunted in style; the 4,170-square-foot home has been painstakingly restored to its historic glory. Exposed brick, original wood floors from the 1868 construction, crown molding, and intricate mantles throughout maintain charm, while an updated kitchen featuring custom cabinets and statuary white marble counters add some modern convenience. Upstairs are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, while outside a patio and pool offer the perfect escape for some of the potential interior poltergeist-ting.The Francher Perrin Group
has this storied listing. If you don't snag it quick, the real estate loss could haunt you forever.