Bristol - Freed last Friday from suspicion in the Jo Yeates murder probe Bristol landlord Christopher Jefferies is set to make a killing.
A distinctly buoyant feel about the Springtime property market sees the former teacher put his Cannynge Road apartment up for sale.
At £245,000 for the 1-bedder local estate agents Hydes say 'it's a steal'.
But Jefferies neighbors suspect a dodgy Chinese bank mortgage and Bristol ley line misery may have blighted some fine Feng Shui.
"Expect a Jekyll & Hyde kind of period property drama," local dowsing expert Mrs Dilys Ragwort said today, "Jefferies still owns the tragic Jo flat.
Other Cannynge Road residents wonder if the ancient Chinese art of shuffling furniture around - plus some negative Earth energies - could have blighted Jefferies' life last December.
"The house should be bulldozed, it's hexed beyond belief," Ragwort added.
"Nothing will sell in any part of the road until the full details of this crime are out in public."
Vincent Tabak, 34, is on remand for Jo's murder.