There are Applications Galore.
For $11.99, a search on his website — which was a year in the making — will dig through multiple sources to see if anyone spent their last days at your address. Coast to Coast AM says the site scours millions of records. (In Texas, for example, you might want to avoid the Fort Worth home where a drunk woman hit a homeless man with her car and left him to die in her garage.)
Realtors initially weren’t fans of Condrey’s business, since it’s harder to sell so-called “stigmatized properties.”
Condrey says a death on-site can reduce a property’s value by 15% to 25%. But lately, he says, some realtors have been coming around, even using his site to run their own searches.
I have my son showing an Apps. that tells you whether there are extra Magnetic Filed/Spirits(!0 in a Place!
Common are Direction Finders, Heath Monitors and a host of trivia, to me at least.
Now A web site claims to tell you whether some has died in the house you Live!
“To rest your mind from anxiety, the site also claims it would tell you whether the Death is natural or not by natural causes.
Diedinhouse.com saves you time and money, by instantly providing you with the valuable information you need to be better informed.
Ask your seller or landlord for a Diedinhouse.com report or discreetly purchase a report yourself before you sign.”
There’s now a site that can help you in your quest to discover what spiritual lurkers might waft around your house.
It’s called DiedInHouse.com. And it exists in order to tell you if someone once ceased existing within your walls.
DiedInHouse claims to search all 50 states for evidence of expiration. It promises something called a “certified report.”
I couldn’t resist. Things have been strange of late. This site might truly provide an answer. So I proceeded.
A single search costs $11.99, such a small price to pay for peace of mind and spirit.
Just as I was about to put my credit card number on the DiedInHouse collection plate, I came upon the disclaimer.
It began: “The materials appearing on any Simply Put Solutions, Inc. the creators of Died in House found at http://www.diedinhouse.com (DIH) web site and/or owned application could include technical, typographical, or photographic errors.”
Simply put, I became concerned. But I read on: “DIH makes no representation, implied or expressed, that all information placed on any DIH web site or application is accurate. DIH does not warrant that any of the materials on its web sites or applications are accurate, complete, or current.”
I began to get that same creepy feeling again. Then I came to this sentence: “Died in House does not guarantee to have all deaths that have occurred in or at a specific address; it is an informational use only type of service.”
- Ghost Buster Website (digidame.wordpress.com)