This App Can Tell You How Many People Died In Your Home


The home of the infamous Amityville Horror murders (Picture: Getty)

Do you have a sneaking suspicion that something in your home is going bump in the middle of the night?

A new app could now confirm your fears, telling you how many people may have died in your house before you moved in.

The DiedInHouse App is able to reveal all of your property’s grisly past, as well as the shady characters associated with it - just incase you fancied a particularly unnerving night’s sleep.

There’s also the option to reveal other murky details too - such as meth labs that might have been set up in the property before you moved in.

At present, it’s only available in America, and only discloses the details of properties which have release information on public records.

Among the high-profile homes listed on the app are that of late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, who committed suicide in 1994.


The listing for his home in 171 Lake Washington Blvd, Seattle, reads: ‘ Kurt Cobain was an American musician and artist, best known as the lead singer, guitarist and primary songwriter for the band Nirvana.

‘On April 8, 1994, Cobain was found dead at his home in Seattle, the victim of what was officially ruled as a suicide by self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head.’

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