The (haunted) apartments that lead to Schengen

Would you buy a house and never set foot in it (not even when you buy it)? For some Russians, a haunted dwelling in the Baltic Sea is worthy…a Schengen visa!

http://www.presseurop.eu/en/content/article/1001461-apartments-lead-schengen

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