A homeowner believes her property is haunted by ghosts who whisper profanities.
Homeowner Linda Hill has spoken out about why the longest tenant to ever occupy her property on Denton Street, Gainesville, Texas, only managed to stay there for a grand total of six months.
Hill told WFAA how the house has become like a 'revolving door'.
"The longest anyone's stayed in this house was six months," she explained.
Hill and her husband were initially baffled when tenants kept walking out.
However, after 10 tenants left in the space of two years, one came forward and told Hill they believed the property was haunted.
The homeowner admitted she didn't believe them at first until she experienced what she believes was a paranormal presence herself while taking a shower.
According to Hill, a dark figure appeared on the other side of the shower curtain - like the iconic scene out of Psycho. However, unlike in Psycho - where the figure brutally murders the naked and vulnerable shower-taker - Hill heard it whisper: "Looking good."
Hill presumed it was her husband until he walked in and questioned who she was talking to, promising he hadn't just been in the bathroom.
Audio recordings have also caught the alleged ghosts saying, 'Oh baby, oh baby yeah, I like it like that'.
While the ghost may simply have been singing Alesha Dixon's song, 'Ooh Baby I Like It Like That' or Pete Rodriguez's 'I Like It Like That,' it's clear to see why so many tenants quickly scarpered from the house.
It's one thing hearing someone's warbling shower singing, but another kettle of fish entirely when you hear someone whispering at you while you're trying to scrub the difficult-to-reach part of your back, under the impression you're in the bathroom on your own.
As well as a door which 'finds a way' to swing open even when 'pounded shut,' a 19-foot well was also discovered under the house's living room.
It was built on the original property - which was reportedly a brothel - but built over 'decades later'.
Some people have theorised the well is actually an 'endless void' which acts as a portal from the world of the dead to the world of the living.
Hill has since turned the house into 'Hill House Manor,' advertising the property as a residence for ghost-seekers to come and investigate for themselves. This Halloween, visit if you dare.
If you have a story you want to tell, send it to UNILAD via [email protected]