The cabin home that Ted "Unabomber"
Kacynski built in the Montana wilderness,
now resides at the Newseum in
Washington, DC.

LINCOLN, MT --

Property once owned by Ted Kaczynski, the convicted serial bomber better known as the Unabomber whose victims included the head of the California Forestry Association, is up for sale.

On its website, John Pistelak Realty reports that it has slashed the asking price from $154,500 to $69,500. "Own a piece of infamous U.S. history! This 1.4 acre property located in Lincoln, Montana, was once owned by the Unabomber. A lot of history goes with this location."

Kaczynski was sought by the FBI for 17 years before his capture in 1996. Between 1978 and his arrest, he mailed or hand delivered a 16 explosive devices that killed three people and injured 24 more. Among his victims was Gilbert Murray, president of the California Forestry Association based in Sacramento. Murray was instantly killed upon opening a package containing the bomb that had been addressed to the CFA's previous president William Dennison, who had retired.

A mathematics PhD, Kaczynski was arrested on April 3, 1996 at his remote cabin outside Lincoln., Inside the his cabin, investigators found bomb components, 40,000 handwritten journal pages that included bomb-making experiments and descriptions of the Unabomber crimes; and one live bomb, ready for mailing.

Kacynski is serving a life sentence for his crimes at the super maximum prsion ADX-Florence, near Florence, CO.

In the video below, FBI Agent Terry Turchie, who supervised the UNABOM federal task force, tells and shows what agents encountered upon discovering Ted Kaczynski's cabin in the Montana wilderness.

 

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