It's obvious why real estate agents might not want to have the total, complete history of a house in their listings; it's the same reason why home hunters do want to know the total, complete history of a house before signing any bottom lines. Not all murder houses are treated the same, of course. In California, for example, agents are required by law to disclose if a murder happened in a house they're listing — but only if it's within three years of the crime.
Other homes, where particularly awful things happened, are usually bulldozed. And sometimes, when buyers can't be found to bring new life into a house, the story takes over and they become museums.
Tragically, all these homes were once dreams come true; then, at the hands of a killer, they became crime scenes.
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