Eerie website reveals who has died in your home

Website Reveals Who Has Died in Your House

Want to know who lived in your house before you did? Or even worse DIED in your home before you moved in?

Fear no more -- thanks to this eerie website, -- the morbid truth will be revealed.

Founder Roy Condrey, who started the site based on his own first-hand experience, explained that its "purpose is to help you found out [the truth] before you buy or rent."

And for only a small fee of $11.99, you might be shocked at what spine-chilling information this site may dig up.

Using a valid U.S. address, the website compares names associated with the house to the U.S. Death Master Index, and then compiles a report with the following information:

Has a death occurred?

Who died at that house?

When did the person die?

What was the cause of death?

List of names associated to the address

Vitality status of previous residents

Additional information about the death

Reported meth activity, including labs, "dumpsites" or "chemical and glassware" seizures

Reported fire incidents related to the address

Pretty much all the information you're DYING to know.

Although deaths in homes are not uncommon, New Orleans realtor Jon Huffman explains that, "the question there isn't, 'Did somebody die? It's 'How many people died in this house over the years!'"

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Eerie website reveals who has died in your home

Pennhurst Asylum - Spring City Pennsylvania

Housed in the original 1908 Administrative building of the old State Mental Institution, Pennhurst Asylum was rated as the scariest Haunted Attraction in America by USA Today. It's essentially a hospital themed walk-through that’s guaranteed to scare. 

The 13th Gate - Baton Rouge Louisiana

One of the most realistically themed haunted houses in the country! The attraction features a 30 minute walk-through with 13 themed areas from the fog-filled streets of London to the lost underwater city of Atlantis.

Netherworld - Atlanta, Georgia

Netherworld Haunted House is known for its over-the-top special effects, chilling details and unique monsters. It merges scary, fun and cool into a safe environment. 

House of Torment - Austin, Texas

Continually recognized as one of America’s top haunted houses, House of Torment shows fans new storylines and unimaginable monstrosities that await them at 3 separate haunts.

The Darkness - St. Louis, Missouri

The Darkness has three attractions in one location for one price including the two floors of Darkness, Terror Visions in 3D and the Monster Museum. 

Erebus - Pontiac, Michigan

Erebus is the result of Dr. Colber who worked for the government to build a time machine and eventually came up with a brilliant idea to disguise his time machine as a haunted house.

The Dent Schoolhouse - Cincinnati, Ohio

The Dent Schoolhouse changes over a third of the attraction every year. Also, every ticket includes the Queen City Slaughter Yard. More blood, more bodies, and more intensity! 

Kersey Valley Spookywoods - Greensboro, North Carolina 

Kersey Valley Spookywoods is a haunted attraction by night each Halloween Season and a full-scale Scream Park year-round. Spookywoods utilizes natural outdoor environments to play on every fear. 

Headless Horseman’s Hayrides and Haunted Houses - Ulster Park, New York

Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses has 10 different attractions, from  "The Witching Hour" to "Crow Hollow."

Cutting Edge Haunted House - Fort Worth, Texas

Cutting Edge Haunted House is a dark attraction filled with amazing special effects and incredible monsters. This intense, multi-themed haunted attraction is widely considered to be one of the best Haunted Houses in the nation.


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