Here’s A Website That Will Tell You If Someone Died In Your House Or If It Was Ever A Meth Lab

Did you ever get the feeling your house was haunted? Possessed? Stunk like someone died. Well, that last part is probably on you, but someone could have died in your house. You’d never know, unless you asked at closing, or the old owner were dumb enough to spill the beans.

Now, you can check if anyone died in your house with this handy website named was founded in 2013 by a software development company based in Chapin, SC. The Died in House™ service is the first of its kind; it provides users with death records associated to a specific address. The system instantly searches over 118 million records and that number continues to grow daily. The company is not only focusing on increasing the amount of data, but also increasing the age of their data. The Died in House system contains data for all 50 states. We are in the process of making the Died in House service available in other countries. 

Using a valid U.S. address, Died in House instantly searches millions of records to determine if a death has occurred at that location.  A Died in House report may return the following information: 

  • Has a death occurred?
  • Who died at that house?
  • When did the person die?
  • What was the cause of death?
  • List of Names Associated to the Address
  • Vitality Status of Previous Residents
  • Additional information about the death
  • Reported Meth activity, including labs, “dumpsites” or “chemical and glassware” seizures
  • Reported Fire Incidents Related to the Address

And all this information just in time for Halloween!

The website suggests checking this information BEFORE buying or renting but it’s probably too late for that. Good luck!

In case you need a mover, here you go.

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Chris Illuminati is a 5-time published author and recovering a**hole who writes about running, parenting, and professional wrestling.