The ghost town of Drearington felt like a good place for investor Mr. Harrington, but his investment would later turn into the investment from hell. The owner had the ghost town for sale for decades because he always was an honest man, and every time he opened his big fat mouth about the abandoned town from the 1800’s being filled with poltergeist activity, that was enough to scare them away. The owner was going to lie about its past to the next potential buyer, but as always, the own Tom Warden couldn’t bring himself to lie, but his luck was about to change when investor Mr. Harrington made an offer that Tom couldn’t pass up. As Tom and Mr. Harrington were shaking hands on the deal, Tom said, “Mr. Harrington, I’ve got something I must tell you about this place.” “Well, what is it?” asked Mr. Harrington. “The town is haunted,” Tom said in a low voice. Mr. Harrington laughed and said, “I’m going to renovate this town for a place for gamblers to have a good time and make me a wealthy man.” Tom mumbled, “The only thing you’ll get out of this town is dead.” Mr. Harrington chimed in and said, “What did you say?” “Oh, nothing much, I just said I never thought about turning the town into a place to gamble.” Tom took Mr. Harrington’s check and said goodbye. He got into his car and drove off to the bank to deposit the check. Mr. Harrington laughed at how cheap he got the property with the ghost town for, but he wouldn’t be laughing very long, because it was going to cost him more than he anticipated. Just as the renovations began, strange things started happening such as construction workers’ tools were moved every time they placed them down, making it virtually impossible to get any work done. Things got so bad, workers began leaving the job, never to return. This was very upsetting to Mr. Harrington, and he began to start asking the construction workers what was going on that was making it so hard to get any work done. The foreman of the construction company Dan said, “I think this ghost town is haunted by poltergeist activity.” “This is nonsense!” said Mr. Harrington in a stern voice.