(FOX News) - If after Black Friday and Cyber Monday you have some spare change, consider investing in your very own haunted town.
The town of Swett, South Dakota—about four hours west of Sioux Falls—is on the market for $250,000, which is less than the national average for the price of a house, according to Trulia data.
But there’s just one catch. Swett has less than a handful of human residents, but it also comes with some supernatural inhabitants.
At its peak, Swett boasted a population of about 40 people, according to the Rapid City Journal. Over the years the population dwindled down to just two—owner Lance Benson and his wife, who lost the mortgage to a bank. The property was originally listed at $399,999 last year but has since been dropped to attract more business.