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Website shows violence history at potential homes
Imagine landing the home of your dreams but as you are moving in you find out your new purchase was once the scene of a gruesome murder.
A new website is out for potential homeowners allowing them to dig into the properties history. Karl Man shows us what some are finding and just a warning it might send chills down your spine,
He just has it, the ability to see what most don't, to hear what many don't want to believe...The afterlife is his life.
"I can tell when I walk into a place if there is a little something something going on in there."
Roy Hall is a modern day ghost buster so we put his supernatural senses to the test at the Riddle house at yesteryear village at the South Florida Fair grounds.
"It didn't take a blink or a breath for ghost hunters to feel what was hanging inside the Riddle house."
Right off the bat I could feel something at the top of the stairway.
Roy's uncanny touch for the unknown was spot on, what if you didn't have a Roy Hall in your life to tell you the haunted history of a home that has sparked your interest?
Well then you might need to turn your ghostly concerns to this site.
"Haunted or not people are still looking to buy property."
Now potential home owners can log onto diedinyourhouse.com. For around $12 a month users gain access and type in any address they choose, instantly a full report of any violent crimes, murders or suicides that have taken place inside the location you plugged in.
"He's really kind of capitalizing off people's fear, however I am sure people want to know this information."
So is this creepy site all that is cracked up to be? Researching a home with a haunted pass can be as easy as looking up public police reports or by doing you own internet search into the homes history.
"I personally would save the $11.95 and order a pizza."
Aside from doing hard research relying on your gut reaction is just as important. If you enter a house and feel spooked, rubbed the wrong way by something in the air then just walk away.
Real estate agents in Florida are not required to tell you if a murder or some other gruesome crime happened. It's always important to ask about that sort of thing when touring a house.