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  1. #1
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    http://www.diedinhouse.com/

    http://www.diedinhouse.com/

    ever see or hear of this service?




    #789UMCO unidentified found The victim was discovered on September 8, 2004 in the Flat Tops, White River National Forest, Garfield County, Colorado
    Estimated Date of Death: No longer than 5 years prior to discovery he left a note to "LIB"
    PLEASE HELP me find out who this unidentified person is so he can be buried rightfully near his family...


    I DO NOT TOLERATE HARASSMENT...

  2. #2
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    It's really expensive and who even knows if they have the correct information. If you have the time you can just look it up yourself for free.

    If someone wants to loan me $12 I can see if it's right or wrong (I know the last owner of the house died in the dining room, so if they tell me my house is clean and clear then we know it's full of lies)

  3. #3
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    Entreprenuership never ceases to amaze me.

    First TLC make a program about every problem possible, now someone makes a business out of this?

    Oh well. My head is still on my shoulders...!

  4. #4
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    I used it and it didn't find any deaths in my house, which I figured, but it did give me a list of everyone who ever lived at my house... So if people came knocking at my house for someone I would know the names of people who use to live there! For $12 to do a history check on anyone registered at my house, not just the owners was worth it to me. But that's just me, I work with computers and such and I know they cant have all the information, hell most cities don't have digital records even today... but its only $12 to give it a try!!

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmaliLucia View Post
    It's really expensive and who even knows if they have the correct information. If you have the time you can just look it up yourself for free.

    If someone wants to loan me $12 I can see if it's right or wrong (I know the last owner of the house died in the dining room, so if they tell me my house is clean and clear then we know it's full of lies)
    It thinks we have one more bathroom than we do, so it's not that accurate...
    This is the year to locate Mark Dribin http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...ht=Mark+Dribin NamUs MP#876 and Ilene Misheloff http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...lene+Misheloff NamUs MP#6410 and bring them home to their families!

    Parents watch your children. Free-range parenting leads to more child victims.

    Cruelty to humans begins with cruelty to animals.

    I believe in closure, not forgiveness. I'm also unapologetically judgemental.

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  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay2013 View Post
    I used it and it didn't find any deaths in my house, which I figured, but it did give me a list of everyone who ever lived at my house... So if people came knocking at my house for someone I would know the names of people who use to live there! For $12 to do a history check on anyone registered at my house, not just the owners was worth it to me. But that's just me, I work with computers and such and I know they cant have all the information, hell most cities don't have digital records even today... but its only $12 to give it a try!!


    uh, I don't want to know, lol

  7. #7
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    I am the second owner and no one died in my home, but 4 people died in homes on our street. 3 were suicides and one just old age.
    Your Dream must be greater than your fear!