Rickie Traeger: Do Landowners Have To Disclose To New Homeowners if Someone Passed Away On Their Land?
I want to first wish my grandma a Happy 84th Birthday. Happy Birthday Grandma!
I know that some stuff I post, some do not agree with my opinions. That is fine, because at times I do not agree with other peoples as well. That is life… However, if you disagree with my opinions and posts, feel free to contact me. I am always happy to learn new things and have an open mind about things. Yes, I may have formed my own opinion on things, but that doesn’t mean that I am not open to hearing others opinions as well.
So you are probably asking yourself, why did I mention that. Well what I am about to write below, is very controversial with some people. Especially to those who do not have an open mind… Ghosts!
Yup, you would think living in 2020 a lot of people would have open minds. But in reality, many have their own opinions and don’t have an open mind or want to hear other peoples opinions. Sad but true.
So here it goes, short and simple.
I have been doing Rockford Scanner for well over a decade now. I have worked numerous scenes. Sadly, some of those have been fatal scenes. I do not like working those types of scenes at all. Very sad scenes. I can recall almost every fatal scene I have worked over the years. And as I go about doing my daily life, I pass by the locations of some scenes I have worked over the years. And I can’t help but think of the scene, as I pass by the locations. I see locations that have developed over the years, with new houses and other buildings that were built on the same land that a person passed away on. But that brings me to the main part of this post.
When you buy a house, they are supposed to tell the potential new owners if someone has passed away in the home. I think that is a good thing. But come to find out many realtors do not do that. They said they don’t want to lose a potential buyer. It is crazy, but that is besides the point. My point of this post is…
Some scenes I have worked that were fatal, were not inside residences at all. Over the years the land develops and homes are built on the land that someone has passed away on. New houses that are being built on land, on the very spot the person has passed away at.
Do the land owners, or the people selling the homes have to tell these new home owners that a person passed away on that land, the very spot their house sits on? Or do they not have to tell the new home owners?
Because what if a new home owner bought a house and begin to experience paranormal activity. And they know the house is new, so they can not research the house to see if anyone passed away in it, to explain the possible paranormal activity that is going on. So what options do these new homeowners have, when they want to research and try to see what is causing the paranormal activity? Realtors are “supposed” to tell the new homeowners. But what if it is a new house, are they supposed to tell the new homeowners someone passed away on the land?
I like to hear everyones opinion on this topic. I know some do not agree with the paranormal topic. And I respect that. But I ask that you have an open mind and listen to others opinions and questions on the topic.