*Warning: Tonight’s episode mentions suicide. If this is a trigger for you please refrain from listening. If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide please contact the national suicide hotline at 800-273-8255.
Hello Listener, it’s me Dee. This week I will be dropping into your feed with a few scary stories, about haunted houses and the such. So tune in all week until Halloween. Happy listening! Tonight’s episode is about leaky basement pipes. Let’s listen in to see how it ends. Bwhahahaha
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Dee: [00:00:00] I was selling a house that was in foreclosure for an elderly widowed woman. It was a half a million dollar house, but decorated in the late seventies style. So it needed some updating. While, I was there, painting and staging. All of the faucets would turn on at the same time, all over the house. I would then have to go into each bathroom and the kitchen to turn off the water. When the house was being inspected after getting under contract. I held my breath. Hoping that the water faucets, wouldn't turn on all at once, with the inspector on site. The inspection was going well. Until I heard a very large stream of water flooding the basement. I rushed in and I turned the water off at the mean, and then had the plumbing fixed and damage remedied. It turned out that the seller had forgotten to tell me [00:01:00] that her husband had committed suicide by hanging himself, on the water pipe in the basement. The exact pipe that broke!