Housecreep wants to bring your stories to TV
Happy anniversary to us! It's hard to believe that 5 years have passed since Housecreep began its journey in 2013. In that time, we've amassed over 25,000 properties and nearly 8000 members - continuing to grow with each day.
Like with any anniversary, it's a time for reflection and for looking towards a future full of potential. With this mind, we'd like to share some exciting news.
As of 2018, we've partnered with a production company to bring a Housecreep themed concept to television.
But we need your help. We need your stories.
Do you live in a home that was once the scene of a homicide? Do you have reason to believe that your home might be haunted? Are you looking to sell a property impacted by violent crime?
We want to hear from you. To get in touch, email us at email@example.com with a brief description of your story and your location.
What is Housecreep?
Housecreep is the top real estate website for finding stigmatized properties (i.e. murder houses, reportedly haunted houses, former drug labs etc.) and otherwise noteworthy homes. Easily lookup listings near you where murders and other crimes have occurred, where paranormal activity has been reported and much more.
Housecreep was launched in 2013 by two brothers from Canada. Our aim is to encourage disclosure in the real estate industry, and to help home buyers and renters make informed decisions.
Meet the Creeps
Robert Bernard Armieri is a short filmmaker, musician, and multimedia developer. He loves The Twilight Zone, oldies music, and can be found haunting the website after dark. He makes indie rock music under the alias Orlon Gunner.
Albert Armieri has worked in research and quantitative analysis for over 10 years. He loves blues guitar, campy horror movies, and can be found
tweeting on our official twitter account scanning the shortwave radio band for extraterrestrial broadcasts.
Housecreep is freely accessible to the public. Please consider a small donation to help keep the website running.Your support is greatly appreciated. Thank you.