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Post Reply Would you live in a house where there were numerous murders?
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Posted 11/30/16 , edited 11/30/16
I honestly wouldn't care. I'd be more inclined to buy it if the murder lowers its price and I'm getting great digs for great value.

I don't understand why people are so scared when it comes to these things, even if they aren't religious. People die all over the place. Death isn't exactly new or uncommon.
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Preferably not. Though if it was cheap enough, I MIGHT reconsider.
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I grew up in a house where one of the previous owners blew his brains out in the dining room, and someone else died when they fell down an embankment on the property and broke their neck, and that's just off the top of my head.

Pretty sure all old houses have stuff like that in their history though.
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Depending, if I live there I want the house to look nice.
Posted 11/30/16 , edited 11/30/16
If the house was decent and the whole murder thing was resolved, hell yeah. It would probably be cheaper than the neighboring houses.
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The tingling feeling of being voyeured upon by the undead is like nothing I've ever felt.
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Posted 11/30/16
i think... not
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All things being equal, I would prefer the house with no murders. I would prefer a murder house if I'm getting a deal though.
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Posted 11/30/16
But think of the savings
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Posted 11/30/16 , edited 11/30/16
Sure why not, sometimes people don't pay their rent; sometimes accidents happen.

*posts another vacancy ad*
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If it's a cheap house, fine why not, I'll smile at the ghosts and maybe help them cross over if they want to talk to me.
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If it's cheap and the house is nice enough plus various factors (like distance from work, weather, neighborhood, weather, etc.), yeah.
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Sounds like Pruitt-Igoe Development Project built in St Louis, MO back in the day. There have been many theories postulated about root causes for its demise. I imagine during its transition from new to less desirable might mirror the scenario you're depicting. As long as your dojo dues are current all will be well.............for now.
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Who knows? I don't. It might be fun to live in a house where numerous murders occurred. It might be fun to stay on the peaceful side.
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Posted 11/30/16 , edited 11/30/16
I don't own a Ouija board, so wouldn't matter to me overly much as long as the house was cleaned up properly. About all I'd probably do if I knew about it would be to set up a little memorial for the deceased.


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

The tingling feeling of being voyeured upon by the undead is like nothing I've ever felt.


All those poor undead imoutos.
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