Maybe you need a getaway. Like, say, to the desolate place where a maybe-deranged guy assembled bombs he mailed out all over the country? If this sounds like you, luck has it that the Montana land where Unabomber Ted Kaczynski lived is up for sale—a chance for you to own a piece of "infamous US history," as the listing agent likes to call it.
The 1.4-acre lot doesn't have a dwelling—the cabin Kaczynski built is currently on display at the Newseum—and the AP notes that, in keeping with Kaczynski's hostile attitude toward technology, there's no electricity or running water. And, like everything else in this housing market, it's cheap: Asking price has gone from $154,500 to a more modest $69,500.