Tuesday, April 5, 2016

House Where Tragedy Struck In Princess Anne Now In Delmar


One year ago tragedy struck the area when the Todd family was found deceased in their home in Princess Anne. Many people including myself thought there was no way anyone would use that house again after 8 people died inside, but to my surprise a source found the house located in Delmar. I'm not going to give the street name so people don't harass them but the house above is the Todd family home now moved and relocated with people living in it

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

sob theyre just supposed 2 bulldozeba perfectly good home because people died in it? The people living in it now could possible not know its history. The seller had no requirement to disclose.

Anonymous said...

If it's any consolation,when you die you're like old Rover,because when you die you're dead all over.Who died in that house is of no consequence,regardless of how many died in that house.

Anonymous said...

It would be a shame to waste a perfectly good house. At least two people have died in the house where I now live and I haven't suffered any problems or seen any ghosts.

Nichole Collingsworth said...

Should have tore it down. A lot of people know where the house is. I heard it was Gillis Gikerson house

Anonymous said...

Maybe they're like Angels looking over the people that now reside in that home

Anonymous said...

It's definitely haunted.

Anonymous said...

From dust you are...and to dust you return! Nothing afterward, they are perfectly safe. Homeowner has every right to do with it as they wish, unless you want to purchase it and then demo it.

Unknown said...

For you to say that is wrong I was friends with these people they where wonderful the bless and watch over the house now

Anonymous said...

Nichole Collingsworth said...

"Should have torn it down"

Nichole, who foots the bill for that? You? How does the owner of the house get reimbursed for his loss? YOU? Even if the the family that died owned it, it is not likely that their estate had enough money to tear down and dispose of the house AND-assuming that it had a mortgage on it, is the bank supposed to eat the loss?

Plus, I am NOT a lawyer or realtor, but thee are some things a realto has to disclose, but this appears to be a trailer, which may have different rules.

Anonymous said...

For a cheap price, Id swooped it up in a heartbeat!

Anonymous said...

Stigma is purely psychological.If a family did not know about the tragedy and moved in it wouldn't be unlike any other house.Another example of stigma is Ft Knox Kentucky.There has not been gold in Ft Knox for some years now,but since everyone THINKS that the gold that backs our currency is there all is just as if it WAS there.

Unknown said...

If the owner is duo worried bout money then why move it like people do no it's the same house smh

Unknown said...

If the owner is duo worried bout money then why move it like people do no it's the same house smh

Anonymous said...

Nobody Going To Sit On Here Disrespect My Family So Therefore It Was Tragic With Many Young Young Souls Passed Away In This House . It's Not Haunted , It Was Just An Upsetting Way It Happened. ���� #RipToddFamily ����������