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Question: Would you move into a house where multiple murders took place? wouldn't bother me - 7 (43.8%)
No way! It'd be too disturbing - 5 (31.3%)
Maybe...It depends on the price of the home & the nature of the murders - 4 (25%)
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« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2007, 09:22:50 AM »

My house isn't a murder house exactly, but it does have a "murder front porch". When I bought this place several years ago several old-timers told me stories about the house and property. One involved the brother of the original owner. Seems the brother insulted someone's sister, so her brother came to the house during a Christmas party and shot the guy dead on the front porch! Feudin' broke out! This area is still full of Foutches and Malones.

Here's the full story!

The old guy who runs the dump told me his grand-daddy died in this house, but it was a 'peaceful' death.

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« Reply #16 on: April 09, 2007, 11:37:28 AM »

My mother said that a house was not a home, unless someone was born there, and someone died there. Which, I guess, would make the family farmhouse a home, as my grandmother on my mother's side died in the house. And the family that lived there before that, had a baby born in the house. It's been years since I last saw the family farm, but the house or home was still there, still inhabited. I just wonder if the family that lived there now, knows the history of the place. I wonder if anybody knows it.
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« Reply #17 on: April 10, 2007, 02:40:06 AM »


I discovered that the hotel I stayed at in George in the Western Cape had a grisly murder take place in one of the rooms there a number of years ago. There were strange knocking noises late at night in my room ~ I wonder if I stayed in the same room that the murder took place in?  Question

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