Unabomber’s Montana Property For Sale

By Beacon Staff

The property where the Unabomber lived during his bombing campaign is for sale.

The 1.4-acre parcel once owned by mail bomber and recluse Ted Kaczynski in Lincoln, Montana, is on the market for $69,500, a local real estate agent announced this week.

“Own a piece of infamous U.S. history!” the listing says. “This is a one-of-a-kind property and is obviously very secluded.”

The wooded parcel is discounted from an initial price of $154,500 and is an ideal spot for hunters and anglers, with the Missouri and Blackfoot rivers and Bob Marshall and Scapegoat wilderness areas nearby. “Power and water (are) not on the property but are available,” the listing notes.

Real estate agent John Pistelak gave few additional details when reached by phone Wednesday, saying he didn’t think the parcel’s owner would want him to grant an interview. He did not name the owner of the land, which has been on the market for about six months but generated little interest.

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