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‘Halloween’ Villain Michael Myers Haunts New Hampshire Home In Viral Real Estate Listing
A New Hampshire real estate agent attracted a lot of attention after featuring a celebrity in his latest listing. At first glance, Tommy Bolduc’s listing for a home in Weare, New Hampshire looks like a dream. However, upon closer study, you’ll notice a spooky addition to the photos: a person costumed as the legendary horror figure Michael Myers.
The antagonist from “Halloween” appears in each of the dozens of images posted to the site, albeit his or her visibility varies from shot to shot. Bolduc told TODAY via phone that he and the sellers came up with the listing concept together, and that they all agreed that Myers was the perfect horror figure to include. It’s the most wonderful time of year, and my sales staff and I came up with the idea because we wanted to make people smile.
Bolduc went on, “Partly because my sellers have a great sense of humour, and also because this is the first time I have ever done anything like this.” A possible danger: As a real estate agent, the last thing you need is for the sellers to be wary of you and the process because of something funny you did. But in this case, I have fantastic sellers who are also funny and easy to work with. That’s why they were on board 100 percent.
In the end, they decided to station Myers all around the house, including in the bedrooms, the kitchen, the basement, and even the chicken coop. “It’s gone viral on social media, all the various local Facebook platforms,” he declared. Others I know and people I don’t know are sending me emails and texts telling me how funny they find it. So I’ve been getting messages from all walks of life… In other words, it’s entertaining to the public.
He said, “The reply has been nearly overwhelmingly good,” referring to both direct and online responses. I guess people are calling it a riot. We have to remember to lighten up and have fun every once in a while. There are a number of things to worry about when purchasing a home, such the sky-high costs, rising interest rates, and the daunting chore of moving.
However, a two-bedroom property in New Hampshire that was listed on Friday has gone viral because of a guest appearance in the images that is truly terrifying. Photos of a house for sale in Weare, New Hampshire, feature horror movie icon Michael Myers, just in time for Halloween. Some pictures, such as those in which he is lying on a bed or couch, make him easier to recognise, while others are more difficult.
Listing agent Tommy Bolduc said on the Today show that they brainstormed the concept together. It’s the most wonderful time of year, and my sales staff and I came up with the idea because we wanted to “make people chuckle,” he told Today. “Partly because my sellers have a terrific sense of humour, I am trying anything like this for the first time. Taking this route is not without peril.
As a real estate agent, the last thing you need is for the sellers to be wary of you and the process because of something funny you did. But in this case, I have fantastic sellers who are also funny and easy to work with. They agreed wholeheartedly, so that’s good. According to Buldoc, the listing has been seen more than 70,000 times since Sunday. Internet buzz helped make Saturday’s open house a smashing success.
A lot of local versions of Facebook have shared it, and it’s gone viral as a result, he claimed. Many people I know and don’t know, including friends, family, coworkers, and even strangers in the brokerage industry, have emailed or texted me to tell me how funny they find it. So I’ve been getting messages from all walks of life… The response has been overwhelmingly positive.
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A lot of local versions of Facebook have shared it, and it’s gone viral as a result, he claimed. “People I know and people I don’t know, including relatives, friends, and coworkers, have emailed and texted me to tell me they find it hilarious. So I’ve been getting messages from all walks of life… They find it amusing, and it’s gaining a lot of attention.