1. dj4uk6cjm
    dj4uk6cjm
    Granted every homebuyer should do a little research on the history of the home before they shell out loads of money on it. Also every country needs a law for sellers not only to disclose if tragic death occurred in a home but if there has been violent attacks in it as well, fuck they own it after all! Why make people go through the headache of finding that out later?
    Sep 1, 2020
  2. BORTZ
    BORTZ
    Did you know there's a really simple test you can do to see if your house is haunted?
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    Sep 1, 2020
  3. Joom
    Joom
    Have you tried getting Scooby-doo and the rest of the mystery crew to look into this? I hear they're great at rustling up spooks. Might be a good idea to start taking them along to any open house you plan to attend.
    Sep 1, 2020
  4. dj4uk6cjm
    dj4uk6cjm
    What's your method BORTZ?
    Sep 1, 2020
  5. dj4uk6cjm
    dj4uk6cjm
    @Joom I know you're joking but dogs in real life actually have a very keen sense of smell and can detect negative energy.
    Sep 1, 2020
  6. Joom
    Joom
    I was being facetious because ghosts don't exist. Any "haunted" location can generally be chalked up to the <=24 Hz frequency many of these places reverberate due to their architecture. This sound frequency has been documented to cause paranoia, hallucinations, that feeling that you're being followed, and creepiness in general.
    Sep 1, 2020
  7. Joom
    Joom
    The rest is just your imagination because the human mind is more creative than we give it credit, and we don't like to accept that it's an organic thing that does stuff on its own. Point is, hauntings are 100% all in your head.
    Sep 1, 2020
  8. Joom
    Joom
    Also, at least in the US, by law realtors are supposed to disclose any violent crimes that happened on a property because it depreciates value. These things are public record, and home buyers are protected from being duped.
    Sep 1, 2020
  9. The Real Jdbye
    The Real Jdbye
    Pretty sure it's the buyer's responsibility to know what they are buying before signing the contract unless it's something they couldn't have reasonably known.
    Sep 1, 2020
  10. The Real Jdbye
    The Real Jdbye
    @Joom And what if multiple people experience the same thing? Both on the same occasion, or on separate occasions. How do you explain that?
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    Sep 1, 2020
  11. BORTZ
    BORTZ
    My method?
    Your house isnt haunted. Simple as that
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    Sep 1, 2020
  12. Joom
    Joom
    @The Real Jdbye I did explain it; it's sound frequencies. In a lot of cases, people also tend to just be lying because we love telling mystifying tales. The phenomena of hauntings, though, has pretty much been debunked to death (no pun intended). It's all psychology that's been well documented.
    Sep 1, 2020
  13. Joom
    Joom
    @The Real Jdbye People are also very susceptible to the power of suggestion. If someone tells you a creepy looking house is haunted, and you're already in the mindset to believe this, you'll probably experience what you believe to be a ghost by going into said house.
    Sep 1, 2020
  14. Joom
    Joom
    Humans not being nocturnal animals also exposes us to the strong possibility of having nyctophobia (fear of what might be lurking in the dark). It's a survival instinct, and when in a place that's supposedly haunted, it kicks into overdrive.
    Sep 1, 2020
  15. BORTZ
    BORTZ
    I know that at the very very very least, in Pennsylvania, the seller must detail if the previous owner died in the house up for sale.
    Sep 1, 2020
  16. dj4uk6cjm
    dj4uk6cjm
    Yeah they don't do that here in Indy, there's only a small handful of states like a dozen or less that disclose the information which is why I think all states and countries should. I'd rather know whether the person died in the home was a natural or unnatural cause.
    Sep 1, 2020
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  18. The Real Jdbye
    The Real Jdbye
    @Joom I've heard of people who have experienced the same things on separate occasions, without knowing beforehand that the house is haunted, and without telling eachother about the events until later. It happens all the time. And stuff like objects being moved, or disappearing to later reappear in a different spot, that doesn't just happen from vibrations in the house.
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    Sep 2, 2020