If I were the owner of this over $2 million, 5,845 square-foot property, I'd have to have horses in the backyard, an armor-clad mannequin perched on the roof, and one of those long, wooden dining tables that could seat a small army of knights.
A four-hour road trip across southern Idaho will let you soak in some gorgeous fall views, and when you finish with that relaxing breath of fresh air, you'll arrive at a place so scary that you might have nightmares for weeks. Are you ready?
We don't know for sure because, well, they're hidden. But Airbnb does allow for hosts to place cameras in common areas like the kitchen and living room, so chances are, they're in there somewhere. Here's how you can find them.
They're saying this meat-eating plant is hidden in plain sight and it's near several major urban centers in the Pacific Northwest, as far inland as Montana. This sounds like a Treasure Valley treasure hunt waiting to happen.