Worried your recently purchased Victorian manor may have a few spooks in the cupboard? Now, you can find out if your potential new home was the site of a death.
An online service called DiedInHouse.com does all the digging on the potential property, using a unique algorithm designed to scan real estate records and deeds.
In 2013, the site's creator, Roy Condrey told C2C that a ghost is to blame for this grim endeavor.
After renting a house to a tenant he received a cryptic text: "Did you know that your house is haunted?”
“I went online to find a ‘Carfax’ of sorts for deaths in homes and I didn’t find anything, but I did find pages and pages of people asking if there’s a way to find out if their house is haunted,” Condrey told Forbes.com.
He later learned that that a minimum of 4.5 million homes have a history of deaths.
"There was no database for this information until DiedInHouse.com," Condrey said.
According to Condrey, a death in a house can reduce the value of a property by as much as 15 to 25 percent – not to mention the potential of having ghosts.