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Lightning Never Strikes Twice A few miles off the cost of Cape Cod sits the island of Nantucket On this island during the 1600s lived the Haley family Tom Haley was the only tobacco farmer on the island and due to this fact they were extremely wealthy Their estate was the largest on Nantucket and was located right over a beautiful cliff Tom and his wife Janice ate breakfast every morning at 600am everyday with their son Garnet Late Thursday night a storm was getting very close to their house until a bright fist from the heavens stroked down on their chimney and collapsing the house killing the entire Haley family As the legend of the family goes their souls were not able to escape the rubble and float into the sky Therefore their soul will inhabit the house until their able to escape Their souls will reside there until they find another soul to watch over the house Three months ago Steve Windmere a wealthy young CEO of ATT is driving around Nantucket looking for a new house to settle in When he comes across the most beautiful house he has ever seen He loved every bit of it from the aged gray shingles to the pealing paint off the white shutters With a happy surprise he sees a Murreys real estate sign As fast as he can he looked at the address 52 Cliff road he says to himself He rushes to his car and drives to Murreys real estate office on Main Street He signs up to buy the house right away Of course everyone working there has a greedy look in his or her eyes while Steve signs the contract Being so self-centered as he is he doesnt even notice Steve could smell the sweat falling from the agents They were so nervous most of them had to leave they couldnt believe that they were actually going to sell the
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