He bought the abandoned farmhouse and the surrounding property to turn it into a winery but hadn’t anticipated that the house was haunted.
He’d planned for other expenses: Buying grapes to make his first vintage, new equipment, and remodeling the aging buildings were all budgeted. But the preparations were delayed by inexplicable accidents, and workers claimed the saw ghosts.
He considered taking the loss and abandoning the project but instead, he forged ahead and leaned into the strangeness, offering a ghost tour and midnight tasting.
“We’re not just a winery,” he explained to his investors. “We sell wine and spirits.”

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