Your Walls Really Can Talk Sort Of

Dated: 02/02/2017

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You're gonna LOVE this,

Renovations can really dig up the past. I’ve heard of people finding old newspapers and magazines, and even blankets stuffed in walls and under floors of older homes. 

What about a skull, though? Or even an entire ship?! Those are some of the objects found by people in this article I read recently. 

I’ve heard of people worrying about skeletons in the closet, but I never thought about finding a real one there! 

What do you think would be the weirdest thing you’d find in your house?

Traci & Scott

Realtors, eXp Realty

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