(fashion) A couple who moved out of their dream home seven months after buying it because of 'paranormal activity' are now renting out the property on Airbnb.
Aaron and Erin Clark bought the 5,000-square-foot home, known as the Hobo Hill House, at 500 E. Miller Street in Jefferson City, Missouri in August 2017, and lived there with their two small children.
However the couple became worried when inexplicable things began happening in the three-bedroom home, which was built in 1910.
Aaron Clark said that taps in the kitchen sink, TV, lights and heaters would mysteriously turn on by themselves soon after they moved in.
A couple who moved out of their dream home seven months after buying it because of 'paranormal activity' are now renting out the property on Airbnb
Aaron and Erin Clark, (pictured), bought the 5,000-square-foot home, known as the Hobo Hill House, at 500 E. Miller Street in Jefferson City, Missouri in August 2017
But alarm bells started ringing when their daughter Raena, 8, began having nightmares and sleep walking and at one point appeared 'possessed.'
Clark told KRCG: 'She was standing outside of her bed staring out the window and she was still crying, just sobbing, I could see her shoulders going up and down, and I was like "Raena what's wrong? Are you OK? Are you OK?".
'And she turned around and it scared the life out of me because it went from crying to this Cheshire big smile, kind of like the joker.
'It seemed as if she was possessed because she would be really wide-eyed and shaking,' he said.
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Adolph and Beulah Brandenberger built the house at 500 E. Miller St. in 1910 and lived there until they sold it in 1922. Since then it has been owned by multiple people
The house is now available on Airbnb and can accommodate up to ten guests for $275 nightly
The family's pitbull would not go to certain parts of the home including