Mia Shulman, Managing Editor
Thursday, October 29, 2015 11:54 AM EDT
It’s bad enough knowing a stranger lived in your home before you (walking across your hardwood floors in heels, showering in your shower…), but finding out someone died in your home? That’s information we’d never want to face. But there’s a new service that will tell you just that. For a $12 fee, diedinhouse.com will tell you what deaths, if any, occurred in your home and what caused them, along with certain drug activity and incidents of fire.
It’s currently only available in the United States, but if it were in Canada, would you want to know?