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Post Reply Would you live in a house where there were numerous murders?
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Depends... did I commit them?
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Morbidhanson wrote:

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.


They're afraid of it being haunted.
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Am I gettin' that seeeeeick discount on the payments?
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yes
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Such houses usually sell for a lower price, so of course I'd prefer to live in a house with no murders in its history; it'll sell for more, and who wouldn't want more money than less?

Or if how much I'd have to spend to buy each is considered... yeah obviously I'd buy the "haunted" house. It's basically the economy subsidising my housing as a reward for not being dumb enough to believe in ghosts, and I'm not going to turn that down.
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iriomote wrote:

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.


My place is old, Edwardian over a century old, so is 80% of the neighbourhood. I've heard that the previous owner committed suicide. People have certainly died here one way or the other.
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It would really depend.

Not on the murders, but the quality of the house. If it is a good house, then hell yeah why not?
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The house I grew up in was haunted, had a ghost that would knock stuff over, make footstep sounds at night, and even bang on walls.

So yes, I wouldn't mind a house with a few murders.
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If nobody lets me know, otherwise it might bother me.

What I don't know about won't bother me.
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Of course the one selling it not going to tell you till you hear about it from the neighbor after you brought the house.. and you just hear about this 5 month later! ;p
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noooooooooo
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I don't believe in ghosts, so I don't see why not.
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no deaths occurred

what is there to think ?

the answer is obvious
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I wouldn't have a problem with it.
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