Does being quarantined and isolated in your house for weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic have you feeling like Jack Torrance in the movie The Shining? Well, we sure hope not, but if you are, seek help immediately!
Hopefully you are not having a nervous breakdown like Mr. Torrance, but simply experiencing unexplained events, and curious to find out if your house is haunted? If you suspect your house is haunted, you are not alone. A 2007 Associated Press poll found that 1/3 of Americans admit to believing in Ghosts.... we wonder how many do not admit it. Also, a survey by Realtor.com suggested about 30% surveyed are open to living in a haunted house, while 42% said they would never consider it.
Quibi, is a new streaming service that presents captivating “quick bites” of entertainment presented in 10 minutes or less. The services cost $4.99 per month with ads or $7.99 per month without ads. In April, 2020 the service debuted a new home renovation show named, Murder House Flip. This unconventional twist to home makeover shows, highlights houses where murders occurred and attempts to remove the stigma caused by it’s troubled history.
One in four Americans Develop Insomnia each year
Years ago, when I was nervously preparing to leave for basic training, my father advised me to sleep every chance I got. I was a young man, and sleep was usually something I did on Monday evening after my brain and body finally forced me to crash. None-the-less, I took his advice, and now believe, the extra rest I received was the primary reason I was able to stay focused, calm, and collected during all of the stress my drill instructors placed on me. Recent findings suggest that sleep plays a housekeeping role that removes toxins in your brain that build up while awake. [i] Now around the age my father was when he passed down his wisdom, I know more than ever, the importance sleep plays to be able to function properly during the day, to stay healthy, and safe. Without the proper amount of sleep, I just seem a little off of my game, in a fog, and slower to react.
The American public has always been fascinated by true crime and murder house stories.
Gruesome murders and violent crimes have managed to gain prominent representation in the media. Whether this is a problematic issue or not, is a discussion for another day. Here at DiedInHouse™, we’ve covered different stories of graphic crimes, from the horrific case of serial killer Ted Bundy to the chilling stories of the infamous serial killers of Ohio. Now comes the senseless case of Jodi Arias.
Only a few other serial killers come close to Ted Bundy in notoriety.
His infamy as the poster boy of American serial killers has led to the production of several movies documenting the twisted life of the man who would, later on, be described by his own defense attorney as ‘the very definition of heartless evil’ in her own book, Defending the Devil.
But Ted did not look any bit of evil.
He was described by some of his victims as a handsome, charming, and charismatic young man. He was the kind of person that can win your trust in a matter of minutes. But under this cover of the average person lies the concealed identities of a burglar, a kidnapper, a rapist, a necrophile, and a serial killer who is probably “the most cold-hearted son of a bitch you’ll ever meet”.