With that primary selling point, NewsFeed isn’t surprised the price has been reduced.
The Montana property once owned by Unabomber Ted Kaczynski is on the market. Located in Lincoln, Montana, this plot of land is where the Unabomber dropped off the grid in the 1970s to pursue a life of survivalism and anarchy.
John Pistelak Realty, which listed the parcel, describes it as “obviously very secluded.” The 1.4 acre property is where Kaczynski was captured in 1996. Thankfully, he won’t be able to enjoy the land ever again (he’s serving a life sentence with no parole), but that shouldn’t mean someone can’t enjoy it, right?
As is, the new owner will have to lead the same disconnected lifestyle that Kaczynski had, giving a hearty “neener-neener” to our industrialized society. Or, the listing mentions, you can indeed plug into the grid and have flowing water and power. Modern luxuries just make life easier, NewsFeed thinks.
The one conspicuous piece missing from the land is Kaczynski’s hand-built cabin, which is on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. (via AP)