Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Haunted Historic House well send you haunted plants

This Halloween (Monday 31st October), haunted New York State historic site, the Dr. Best House & Medical Museum (www.drbesthouse.org) in Middleburgh, Schoharie County, is making supernatural and tech history by launching a ‘ghosts on-demand’ app-powered initiative that will give New Yorkers the opportunity to have a (potentially possessed) plant from its haunted yard (a center of paranormal activity) delivered straight to their homes or offices.

For the first time, people need not own an historical manor or mountain hotel in order to boast of a spirit-in-residence. Dr. Best House, known for the tragedies that befell its family, and still home to medical and surgical equipment and oddities (dating back to the Civil War), has partnered with home services app, Handy (www.handy.com), which more typically offers cleaners on-demand, in order to provide offices and homes with a ghost ‘on-demand’.

Through the Handy platform, users will be able to enter into a competition draw to receive a plant from the grounds of Dr. Best House: with the possibility that one of the ghosts who roam its haunted grounds will accompany the shrub to its new residence.

To register an interest in receiving a haunted Dr Best House shrub (plants are limited), would-be ghost-hosts should download the Handy app (available on both iOS or Android) or visit www.handy.com for more information.

Disclaimer: Handy cannot guarantee the appearance of a ghost in the residence or office to whichDr. Best House shrub is delivered; nor can Handy accept any responsibility should a poltergeist take-up residence. Handy can, however, offer users who are subsequently haunted a 10% discount on all cleaning for a year, provided there is compelling evidence of haunting.

Read More: Dr. Best House & Medical Museum

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