Would you be brave enough to buy a real haunted house?

For some, a brand new home is the property they're looking for, but for others, an older home, filled with character is the perfect fit.

Is there a line that home buyers shouldn't cross? Homes that have a few extra "former residents" who just won't, or can't leave?

If a real haunted house is what you're looking for, then you're in luck. There never seems to be a shortage of homes with extra spirit on the selling block.

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Take a look at four homes that Realtor.com says are haunted and priced to sell.

5121 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles

Cost: $4.79 million

Known as the Sowden House, the basement of the home is the supposed murder site of Elizabeth Short in 1947. Short is better known as the "Black Dahlia." People have said they see shadows of severed bodies and hear voices and chains dragging. Short's body was cut in half before being found dumped in a vacant lot in Los Angeles.

It features four bedrooms, four full and two half baths and is 5,600 square feet on a .32 acre lot.

138 E. Fulton Street, Canton, Mississippi

Cost: $850,000, but the price has been reduced to $699,000

Called the Priestley House, the large white home was built by Dr. James Priestley in 1852. Both he and his wife Susan died in the house. In 2002, a recent owner claimed that he saw a figure of a woman standing in a doorway and that something was targeting his family.

It features four bedrooms, four full baths and is 5,100 square feet.

Explore744 Clay Street, Port Townsend, Washington

Cost: $850,000

The 5,796 square-foot mansion, called the Ann Starrett Mansion, is apparently the home of two apparitions - a redheaded woman and an older man who still walk the halls of the home.

It was built as a love story from George Starrett, a contractor, for his wife Ann. It features a three-tiered spiral staircase that reaches into a 70-foot tower. At the top of the tower, the listing says there is a frescos of maidens painted in Ann's image.

It features 11 bedrooms, six full bathrooms and sits on a 8,470-square foot lot.

274 Charming Forge Road, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania

Cost: $850,000

Unexplained slamming doors, stomping on the stairs and weeping being heard have been documented occurrences over the past 200 years.

The home, built in 1749 and expanded in 1784, features seven bedrooms and four full bathrooms and is a 7,821-square foot home on a 48.52-acre lot.

If a real haunted house is a little much for your nerves to bear, then there's a piece of horror movie magic that may be just the thing.

A home featured in the 1987 movie "The Witches of Eastwick" is for sale for $1.6 million, according to Realtor.com.

Called the "historic Tea House," the Cohasset, Massachusetts home served as Michelle Pfeiffer's on-screen house in the movie that also starred Cher, Susan Sarandon and Jack Nicholson. The owners are moving out of state and are selling the 3,4000 square foot house for $1.6 million. It includes four bedrooms, two baths. It overlooks Bailey's Creek that opens to Cohasset Harbor and a yacht club.

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