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  • 1 Dorset St trending_up

    W1, England, GB

    Charles Babbage (Mathematician, astronomer and computer pioneer) lived here.

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  • 365 Adelaide St E. trending_up

    Toronto, ON, CA

    "Paul Bishop's House" is actually a pair of historic townhouses located at 363-365 Adelaide Street East in the St. Lawrence neighborhood downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The houses, constructed in 1848 by Paul Bishop, sit upon the foundations laid by William Jarvis for his home in 1798. Jarvis was a member of the Queen’s Rifles and Provincial Secretary and Registrar of Upper Canada. During the Cholera epidemics of the 1830’s several people died in the house including a few by suicide. Room af…

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  • 2101 S. Gramercy Pl trending_up

    Los Angeles, CA, US

    Marvin Gaye shot by his own father: 2101 S. Gramercy Place, Los Angeles: the family home where singer Marvin Gaye ("I Heard It Through the Grapevine," "Let's Get It On") was shot to death by his minister father, Marvin Gaye Sr., during an argument at their home in April 1984. The father pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, but received only five years' probation. Marvin Gaye (Musician) lived here.

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    10881 Clarkson Rd trending_up

    Los Angeles, CA, US

    Dorothy Stratten's Former House One case that I had never followed, though (probably because I was barely three years old at the time the events took place), was the murder of Playboy Playmate Dorothy Stratten in 1980. To seal the deal, he convinced Dorothy to marry him and the couple tied the knot in a quickie Vegas ceremony on June 1st, 1979. Dorothy’s star was on the rise and as she grew more successful, Paul grew more possessive and controlling. She landed roles in episodes of Fantasy Islan…

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  • 1121 W. Stewart Rd trending_up

    Columbia, MO, US

    Baby-Sitter Raped, Slain In Columbia Columbia, Mo. (AP) — Officers studied footprints and fingerprints Monday in an effort to trace the assailant who raped and strangled a 13-year-old baby-sitter. The body of brown-haired Janett Christman, a high school student, was found early Sunday in a Columbia home where she was babysitting. During the last six months, another baby-sitter was raped and a college student was the victim of an attempted rape in the same neighborhood. On the night of March 1…

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  • 31 High St trending_up

    Waterville, ME, US

    On March 8, 1954, Carl Fisher arrived from work to his house at 31 High Street, Waterville, Maine, and found his son, David, age 4, lying dead on the sofa. His 11-month-old daughter was dead in her crib, and Richard, age 6, was still in the tub. Carl's wife, Constance Fisher, suffering from what would today likely be diagnosed as postpartum psychosis, had drowned their children. Carl finally found his wife hiding underneath a bed, where she had drank a bottle of Selsun Blue shampoo, believing …

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  • 46 Lower Belgrave St trending_up

    London, England, GB

    On November 7, 1974, Sandra Rivett went downstairs to the basement kitchen of this six-story London townhouse to make tea for her employer, Lady Veronica Lucan and never returned. The nanny was found bludgeoned to death in the cellar, supposedly by Lord Lucan – who disappeared without a trace. To this day, the house remains occupied with house values on the road reaching up to £5 million.

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  • 1265 Hwy 92

    Acworth, GA, US

    Day trader, Mark Orrin Barton, commits suicide in this BP gas station parking lot after police block him in. Several days prior, he killed his family. On the 29th, he opened fire at two places of employment, in Atlanta, killing 9 and injuring 13.

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  • 32 Clegg Rd

    Markham, ON, CA

    Two women from different cities in the GTA who met their tragic ends together at a Markham condominium complex on Christmas Eve have been identified. Police found 42-year-old Chi-Ling Yip and 35-year-old Haimwanti Persaud dead at the complex in the early afternoon of Dec. 24 after a man turned himself in. York Regional Police sat in the parking lot at 32 Clegg Rd., a condominium building that Yip listed as her address on financial forms.

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  • 32 Carrick Ave

    Hamilton, ON, CA

    Mummified baby found in attic. Was home to convicted murderer, Evelyn Dick. During her trial for the murder of her husband, John Dick, the mummified remains of a baby boy were found in the attic of this home. Evelyn Dick (Murderer) lived here. Evelyn Dick is my great aunt, This was her residents when married. I lived at 20 Carrick, and I knew the lady who lived across the street from 32 Carrick. They tore down their ole dilapidated garage and redid the whole back yard. They showed me a bone th…

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  • 671 Lincoln Ave

    Winnetka, IL, US

    The McCallister House from the Movie "Home Alone": In the suburbs of Chicago, exists this beautiful 4,250-square-foot Georgian style home that was made famous by the 1990 film "Home Alone" directed by Chris Columbus and written by John Hughes. The home was bought in 1988 for $875,000 and then listed over 20 years later in 2011 with a $2.4 million asking price. The property eventually sold in 2012 for $1.6 million. Fun fact for Home Alone fans - Old Man Marley's house, next door to the McCallis…

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  • 657 Boulevard

    Westfield, NJ, US

    Family buys home and begins receiving creepy letters from the "Watcher": Three days after purchasing this home, Derek and Maria Broaddus reported that their family began receiveing a series of eerie letters from someone who claimed to be 'the watcher'. The Watcher claimed that his grandfather watched the house in the 1920, his father watched the house in the 1960s and that it was now his time to watch it. The Broaddus' immediately vacated the home and launched a lawsuit against the previous ho…

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  • 3353 Jan Ct

    Katy, TX, US

    Teen girl who was sexually abused by her father finally had enough and murders father in self defense

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  • 3300 London Rd

    Duluth, MN, US

    A mining heiress and her night nurse are murdered in a Lake Superior mansion - her adopted daughter's husband is convicted of the crime and the adopted daughter is charged with conspiracy, but she was acquitted and her husband's conviction thrown out.

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    1116 Ocean Dr

    Miami Beach, FL, US

    Fashion designer Gianni Versace murdered by Andrew Cunanan in killing spree

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  • 5691 2nd Ave

    Plainfield, WI, US

    On the morning of November 16, 1957, Plainfield hardware store owner Bernice Worden disappeared. A Plainfield resident reported that the hardware store's truck had been driven out from the rear of the building at around 9:30 a.m. The hardware store saw few customers the entire day; some area residents believed this was because of deer hunting season.[3] Bernice Worden's son, Deputy Sheriff Frank Worden, entered the store around 5:00 p.m. to find the store's cash register open and blood stains o…

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  • 286 Strathburn St

    Mississippi Mills, ON, CA

    Two dead in murder-suicide, one seriously injured.

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  • 11037 30th Ave N.E.

    Seattle, WA, US

    Children of household witnessed sleep paralysis and night terrors until later years. Then three-year old daughter of family, who moved into the house in 2004, had an imaginary friend named Paula, a girl who she said fell off the apple tree and died years ago. And another she befriended who was an older man who use to prune the apple trees (the daughter was given an apple tree at birth but that was the only apple tree in the garden). Then there was a man, she said was the thursday man because he…

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  • 2824 E. Pinchot Ave

    Phoenix, AZ, US

    This is the home of the Baseline Killer. Mark Goudeau and his wife Wendy Carr lived in this home. Mark Goudeau is a convicted serial killer from Phoenix, Arizona charged in the Baseline Killer attacks that terrorized the Phoenix metropolitan area between September 2005 and June 2006. Arrest and sexual assault conviction Goudeau was arrested on September 7, 2006 and accused of sexually assaulting two sisters, one visibly pregnant, on September 20, 2005. At the time of his arrest, Goudeau was…

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  • 6531 N. Pontatoc Rd

    Tucson, AZ, US

    At approximately 11:55 p.m., deputies responded to a check welfare call at the home. When deputies arrived on the scene, they found the 78-year-old Peirce, with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The body of 51-year-old Zhang Peirce was found in the residence. Hayford Peirce (January 7, 1942 – November 19, 2020) was an American writer of science fiction, mysteries, and spy thrillers. He attended Phillips Exeter Academy and received his BA from Harvard College.[citation needed] He wrote numerous s…

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    2536 Douglas Woods Link S.E.

    Calgary, AB, CA

    Property was used as a marijuana grow operation. Residence listed by the RCMP as a grow op site. During the 2015 Renovation the house was fully remediated and inspected by a city official. This means the house was brought down to the bones and inspected and rebuilt and then inspected again. There is also no article or proof of any kind that a death happened in the residence. Good wholesome people living there now :)

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  • 7900 Columbus Rd N.E.

    Louisville, OH, US

    "It is an abandoned asylum in Louisville Ohio. It was used to institutionalize many individuals with many issues mentally and physically, but is known for not just that but for the Tuberculosis treatments it specialized in. Molly Stark was built in 1930’s but then was closed down in 1950. The hospital was sold for 5 dollars to the state, because of all of the repairs needed. I have heard that often times the nurses would take the children who were infected with TB and wrap them up in blankets …

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  • 233 Edenbridge Dr

    Toronto, ON, CA

    Police called to home for Domestic Dispute: Early Christmas morning, police were called to the home of Mayor Rob Ford about a reported domestic dispute Police Called In For Assault and Death Treats : In March 2008, Ford, then still a councillor, called 911 after a conflict with Renata. Ford said she was acting “irrational.” He left their home with the couple’s children. Police later charged him with assault and uttering a death threat.

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    7244 Prairie Ave S.

    Chicago, IL, US

    Al Capone (Gangster) lived here. The mobster lived in the home when he first moved from New York.

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    250 Delfern Dr

    Los Angeles, CA, US

    Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, famous mobster, who created an empire of bootlegging and gambling, and began one of the first organized hit companies "Murder, Inc." built this house for his wife and children, but never lived in it.

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