I think the real reason she wanted the transaction voided is because she thinks she paid too much for it. The people that bought it after the event paid $450,000 in Oct 2006. She paid $610,000 in June 2007. Did the sellers get a good deal because the house was "tainted"? Perhaps. Or the estate or bank that was selling just wanted to get it off their hands. Good due diligence on their part. If the buyer had known, would she really have declined to buy? Or would she have tried to negotiate a lower price?Personally, I don't believe in haunted houses. And I grew up in a house that was built on the site of an old (1800's) church, and the old cemetery was adjoining our back yard. If there wasn't any material impact to the property, I don't think it needs to be disclosed. Now if she had found old bloodstains under the carpet, that would be a different story...
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