I thought something such as this was only happening in the movies.  Someone who absolutely did not believe in ghosts or haunted houses insisted on buying a murder house.  Then, strange things started to happen in the house, and the wife begged to move out when they still had the chance.  The husband, on the other hand, firmly believed that the wife was insane, or had some lame excuses such as “Honey, all our money, everything, is in this g2d damn house.  We can’t go anywhere,” and absolutely would not budge.

 

I thought something such as this was only happening in the movies.  Someone who absolutely did not believe in ghosts or haunted houses insisted on buying a murder house.  Then, strange things started to happen in the house, and the wife begged to move out when they still had the chance.  The husband, on the other hand, firmly believed that the wife was insane, or had some lame excuses such as "Honey, all our money, everything, is in this g2d damn house.  We can't go anywhere," and absolutely would not budge.  Of course, until it was all too late, they overstayed their welcome, the house would no longer allow them to leave...  These examples were vividly documented in The Grudge, American Horror Stories, and the classic The Amityville Horror.  The only exception in The Amityville Horror is that the family managed to get out.  From the news article, they did not mention if strange things had happened to the family.  I certainly hope not.  But isn't it funny though that the neighbor waited what, 5 years, and then decided to tell them, "Honey, by the way, I just thought this might pique your interest a bit.  You know, someone was murdered in your house a year before you moved in."  All this is making the house even creepier.  I definitely would sue.

 

Of course, until it was all too late, they overstayed their welcome, the house would no longer allow them to leave…

These examples were vividly documented in The Grudge, American Horror Stories, and the classic The Amityville Horror.  The only exception in The Amityville Horror is that the family managed to get out.

From the news article, they did not mention if strange things had happened to the family.  I certainly hope not.  But isn’t it funny though that the neighbor waited what, 5 years, and then decided to tell them, “Honey, by the way, I just thought this might pique your interest a bit.  You know, someone was murdered in your house a year before you moved in.”  All this is making the house even creepier.  I definitely would sue.