The 5 Strangest Baltimore and Maryland Stories of 2017

12/29/17

By Ethan McLeod, Baltimore Fishbowl

Weird news abounded in 2017, from quirky oddball real estate to surprising nefarious (alleged) behavior. Here were our reports on some of the strangest things the last 12 months had to offer around Baltimore and the rest of Maryland.

It’s rare that you’ll find a 55-acre island for sale in the Chesapeake Bay. It’s ever rarer to read this in the listing: “About 30 +/- goats live on the island.”

Shockingly, this property hasn’t received any bites since it was listed in July, according to its still-active listing. With more than 1.25 miles of shoreline and a self-sustaining goatherd, it’s the only one like it for sale in Maryland. And it only costs $1.5 million.

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