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post #71 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 11:27 AM
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I would also be contacting a lawyer and having him send the old owners and the realtor a threatening letter. It maybe illegal not to disclose any issues like this with the property. I would also do some research which you should have done prior to making an offer on all the sales history and dollar amounts. If the value kept going down that could be an indication of a problem. Also local vets may have some info if others had issues with animals.
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post #72 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 11:30 AM
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RememberPearl, your horse dying is so sad. I saw a picture of him in another thread last night and he was a looker. I can't even imagine going out and finding a fairly young and healthy horse had died overnight.

Your situation is sounding pretty creepy and I hope you find some answers soon.

I have this disturbing habit of retaining small bits of trivia but can never remember whether I read them in a fact or fiction situation. Anyway, I remember something about real estate agents being responsible for disclosing odd things like this happening on a property to the potential buyer. So I would also talk to the agent that had the house listed when you bought it.
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post #73 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 11:34 AM
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Churumbeque got her reply posted while I was still typing mine. It's good to know that I'm not the only one who's heard of the realtor's responsibility in disclosing things.
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post #74 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 12:02 PM
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I was thinking....trying to find an explanation for this... I know there is a hill not too far from my house where you stop your vehicle at the bottom of the hill and your car will roll up about 20 meters to a willow tree and stop. You can even shut off your vehicle and it will get pulled up hill....The story behind it is that a school bus had an accident at this location years ago, children's died and will push any vehicle at the bottom of the hill to the willow tree( where they say the bus crashed). Some people say it's some sort of magnetic field? I have been a few times since I didn't believe it when I was originally told about it. But if some " force/magnetic field" can push a vehicle up hill, I'm sure it could have an effect on animals like your horses and your dog...?
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post #75 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 12:22 PM
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ohhhhh-what about a vortex? they say theres places all over like this. the oregon one is just the most popular The Oregon Vortex and location of the House of Mystery
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post #76 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 12:25 PM
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I know real estate agents have to disclose if there was a murder in the house they are selling.
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post #77 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 12:35 PM
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Here is a video I found on youtube of the magnetic hill I was talking about. I've been a few times. I've done it going forward, in reverse, with the vehicle in neutral and with my vehicle completely shut off (in neutral).

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It is far-fetched but who knows...

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post #78 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 01:39 PM
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I know real estate agents have to disclose if there was a murder in the house they are selling.
they have to report any death, natural or otherwise and only within a certain time period.Not sure of the exact time period, maybe 6 months. If they had to report all deaths, well, with the slaughter of Native Americans, the Civil war, etc, who knows how many people have died on certain parcels of land. But that is CA USA rules. I dont the real estate rules for other states or Countries. I have been riding when there was a small quake, and the horses really did act out , very freaked, trying to bolt and run. We found out , after returning the stable and had on a radio that it was only a 3.0 , but the horses sure did react to it.
3.0 's not always felt for those who have not been in quakes, sometimes its a shake, other times it can be a roll..
shake, rattle and roll.

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post #79 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 01:45 PM
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Stevenson, I think you misread my post, I said Murder in the house they are selling, not death on a property.
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post #80 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 01:53 PM
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