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What's nearby?
less than a mile from College Hill-Evergreen Cemetery
less than a mile from Estes Cemetery
1 mile from Glenwood Cemetery
1 mile from Carter Cemetery
2 miles from Dove Cemetery
2 miles from Harris Cemetery
2 miles from Fine Cemetery
2 miles from Hale Community Cemetery
3 miles from Carr Cemetery
3 miles from Barton Cemetery
3 miles from Bayless Cemetery
3 miles from Elliott Cemetery
3 miles from Bowman Cemetery
3 miles from Haire Cemetery
4 miles from Cherokee Mountain Cemetery
4 miles from Highland Church of Christ Cemetery
4 miles from Barnett-Tiner Hill Cemetery
4 miles from Hardin Cemetery
4 miles from Beard Cemetery
5 miles from Duncan Melvin Carathers Cemetery
5 miles from Bailey Cemetery
5 miles from Bowmantown-Philadelphia Cemetery
5 miles from Berry Cemetery
5 miles from Cherokee Cemetery
5 miles from Harvey Cemetery
5 miles from Bethesda Methodist Church Cemetery
5 miles from Carr-Reeves Cemetery
5 miles from France Cemetery
5 miles from Barron Cemetery
5 miles from Greer Cemetery
5 miles from Harrington Cemetery
6 miles from Buffalo Ridge Cemetery
6 miles from Earnest Chapel Cemetery
6 miles from Harrison Chapel Cemetery
6 miles from Carr-Crumley-Krouse Cemetery
6 miles from Gresham Cemetery
6 miles from John Maden Cemetery
6 miles from Hartman Cemetery
7 miles from Beals Cemetery
7 miles from Hale Family Cemetery
7 miles from Galloway Cemetery
7 miles from Hales Chapel Cemetery
7 miles from Dunham Cemetery
7 miles from Harrison Cemetery
7 miles from Bethany Cemetery
7 miles from Barnes Cemetery
7 miles from Bacon Cemetery
7 miles from Butler Cemetery
8 miles from Martin Cemetery
8 miles from Charles Bacon Cemetery
8 miles from Bumpus Cove Cemetery
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Why is there a DiedInHouse.com?

In Most states, a death in a home, no matter how it occurred, is not considered a "Material Fact" and it's not required to be disclosed. A murder could have occurred days ago and the seller does not have to let you know.

A death in a home, especially a violent death, can decrease the home's value by 25% and increase its time to sell by up to 50% longer than comparable homes.

Would you want to know that a murder, suicide or even a bizarre death occurred at the property before you sign the contract?

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