The sellers of a Scottish castle and associated Barony have received one million hits on their website.
According to a statement posted by the vendors of Lee Castle in Scotland and the titles that go with it, John Travolta has been "mentioned as a possible buyer" for the £8.5m estate.
But while the vendors have received "serious bids" the asking price has yet to be met, and the bidding is due to close on Saturday.
The sale has not been helped by heavy traffic crashing the Lee Castle website.
Lord Kinross, the executor of the Lee Estate, said that local Scots would welcome a foreigner, and pointed out that the late Baron was American.
"The late Baron made very successful efforts to become part of the community and there is no reason why any successor should not be similarly successful," he said.
"The Scots are generally a very welcoming and warm group of people, as foreign tourists to Scotland will no doubt testify."
The Barony of Lee consists of a castle with all its contents, three furnished lodge houses and 261 acres. Go on, treat yourself ...
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