There was a home. Deep in the lands owned by Kirigakure. Not off the road but many went to the opposite side of the street when passing the property. Many whispered they saw spirits there sometimes at night. It was a game to the local kids to step passed the open iron gates just barely onto the property line. To show they were tougher than the others. More brave. However none stayed long. They could feel it. The moment they crossed those gates there was eyes on them. Watching and waiting. Each on when asked said there was an Enenra there. A spirit of smoke and darkness. No one had seen him yet but they knew he saw them. It was said that if anyone went to the front door and knocked three times, they would be consumed by the spirit and be chained to the property for an eternity. No one ever did more than step beyond the front door. No one aside from a couple of shinobi who had come here either for curiosity or for the power of the one who resided there. A man who lived alone, It was he that caused those sensations. It was Five that haunted this land.
The property itself was barren except for some lifeless tree's along the edge. A dark Iron fence with vines growing along it covered in thorns surrounded the property. The Iron gates were open and lit with lamps but someone had placed prayer seals on the pillars with the lamps. Something to seal in evil spirits. The edges of them burnt slightly like it was struggling to do so. Overgrown grass and moss filled the yard aside from one stone path straight to the door. Stone sculptures were worn down and broken along the path. Old stone shapes of monsters and screaming people. The full moon seemed to have set behind the house itself as it towered high. Bats circling around an old bell tower at the top where they had set up their nest. Mist creeped along the ground like a blanket but didn't seem to touch the pathway to the door. A red door on a black house. The only thing pristine on the property. Behind it a green glow seemed to fill the first floor. The shuttered windows and door showing a dim green glow as it glowed bright and then faded only to return and repeat the process.