In Lincoln, Montana the Unabomber’s land is for sale. Ted Kaczynski owned a 1.4 acre piece of land in Montana and it is now for sale.
There is no running water or electricity, but the property, which sat at the end of the private, muddy road about 300 yards from his closest neighbor, is listed for $69,500. It does not include his house, a cabin, which has been removed and is now on display in Washington, DC in the Newsuem.
The property is listed by John Pistelak Realty of Lincoln, Montana and he offers an obviously secluded, one of a kind, piece of infamous US History.
The land is forested, with tall trees and a chain link fence topped by barbed wire. Makes you feel all warm and fuzzy, doesn’t it? There is a tree with FBI carved into it; no one knows why, just part of the charm of the place.
When called about the property, Pistelak would not comment on the property and later would not return any phone calls.
Ted Kaczynski is in a maximum security prison in Colorado serving a life sentence for killing three people and injuring 23 more. He is Harvard educated and a mathematician to boot and during 1978 and 1995 was on a big mail bombing spree. He was protesting advanced technology. He caused law enforcement the country’s most expensive and longest manhunt.
His own brother turned him in to the law in 1996.
Kaczynski was at his cabin in Lincoln, Montana when he was captured in April, 1996. In 1998 he plead guilty. He was named the Unabomber because some of his targets were collage scholars. It stands for University and Airline Bomber.