Maybe you have a macabre imagination or a twisted sense of curiosity. Maybe you’re so messed up there’s not even an excuse or reason for it. Whatever the problem might be, there is now someplace for you to go if you ever look around your home and wonder if anybody has died in your house.
I personally don’t know if this is a service that gets a ton of business (I personally am a weenie and prefer to stay in the dark about such things), but DiedInHouse.com exists for those who just have to know if those spooky noises they hear are from the wind blowing through the attic or the ghost of a previous resident trying to get your attention.
According to site info, DiedInHouse has over 118 million records across all 50 states in the U.S., but they do issue a disclaimer that states “DIH does not warrant that any of the materials on its web sites or applications are accurate, complete, or current,” … but just about every site on the Internet basically says that same thing in one form or another.
Basically, if you’re just dying of curiosity or want to possibly freak out your family, go ahead and spend the $11.99 for a report, but don’t pack your bags or burn down the house just because of what that report might say.