DiedInHouse.com Tells You—You Guessed It—If Someone Died In Your House

DiedInHouse.com Tells You—You Guessed It—If Someone Died In Your House

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 22, 2013

Would it bother you if you knew someone had died in your house? In most states, it's not required to disclose a death in or on a property. For 12 bucks, DiedInHouse.com will tell you who, when and how people died in your home. So when doors mysteriously shut and the hair stands up on the back of your neck, you can properly say hi to your ghost.

In other news, 100 street artists decorate a Paris apartment, and Instagram is coming to Windows phones. See the headlines after the jump.

New Website Tracks How Many People Have Died In Your House | Gothamist
How 100 Street Artists Decorated a Paris Apartment Building | Curbed
Instagram Is Coming To Windows Phone, Says Kevin Systrom | Fast Company

(Image: NYC Municipal Archives)

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