Habitat For Humanity Greater Ottawa builds safe, decent and affordable homes, including single-family and multi-unit houses with the help of volunteers and Habitat homeowners themselves. Habitat has been building homes in Ottawa since 1993, and has served 73 local families over the last 25 years.
Habitat For Humanity also sell used home goods, appliances, and building materials through their ReStores to raise money to build housing around the world.
The Salisbury, North Carolina location recently received a donation that came with a disturbing warning: The highboy chest of drawers included with the two-piece bedroom set is haunted. The shop decided to sell the item with a note detailing its backstory. It reads: “previous owner reports that the highboy is haunted. He reports continuous nightmares for he and his wife while it was in their room. He also reports that the dogs would not stop barking at it.”
If you’re willing to overlook that minor detail, the dresser is a valuable piece of furniture. It was carved by hand in the 1950’s and it comes with a matching queen canopy bed. The asking price for both pieces is $1000.
The last time I checked, people were seriously creeped out, and it was still available!
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