If you're looking for an historic plot of land in the middle of nowhere, try Montana: The former 1.4-acre hideout of the Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber, is on the market for $154,000. It's the spot where Kaczynski lived in solitude after resigning from the University of California and developed his anarchist views. There is no electricity or water, and the cabin where Kaczynski lived when he sent 16 bombs to various airlines and universities has been moved to Washington, D.C. Unlike some real-estate agents, this one isn't playing down the land's dark past. "Own a piece of U.S. history!" the ad proclaims. "Don't miss this one!"