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    built in 1638,John Proctor home for sale

    looks like it would be an awesome place to buy and detect.

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    In this Sept. 17, 2018, photo provided by J Barrett & Company, a house in Peabody, Mass., built in 1638 that was once home to John Proctor, a victim of the Salem witch trials, is shown. The six-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Peabody, which at the time was part of Salem, is on the market for $600 thousand. (Joseph Cipoletta/ Barrett & Company via AP)

    Not allot of Land Though. a bit overpriced.

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    I would never ever buy that house. Can you imagine all the ghosts roaming around that that puppy! Dang - gives me the creeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeps just thinking about it. Now, MD'ng - well, that is a different story!
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    Maybe an 1804 silver dollar or a 1787 Brasher dabloun 6 inches deep in the yard.
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    Probably been detected a hundred times already, so the first place I'd go is the creek just behind the house. 300 years of garbage dumped along the banks and more than a few good old coins and relics lurking in the streambed would be my focus.
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    back in the day that would have been a mansion....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon J View Post
    back in the day that would have been a mansion....
    Back in the day your nearest neighbor was probably 10 miles away!
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    Wow that's got to be one of the oldest buildings in USA still standing from the Colonial Era.
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