East Hampton 'ghost house' finally sellsPublished: 9/15/2011Source: Newsday
The former home of the late
One possible explanation for the price drop is that the house is supposedly haunted, not just by Kaplan’s ghost but the ghosts of Montauk Indians buried on the grounds hundreds of years before, says Kaplan’s friend, Sam Wagner, who has made the claim over the years in newspaper reports.
Since Kaplan’s death in 2002, Wagner claims summer renters of the 2.5-acre
Kaplan’s family could not be reached for comment. But Michelle Tiberio of The Corcoran Group, who represented the buyer with Andy Volet, says they never saw anything disconcerting. “The house seems completely at peace,” she says.