Murder House - Boise State University

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The site, now a frat house, was reported to be the setting for a brutal murder in 1987, and some folks believe it is haunted. Blood stains may appear on the walls and the blinds will open and close by themselves.

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Leadville and Linden
Boise, ID
United States

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43.5789501, -116.19106569999997
Ada County, Idaho
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  1. My mom used to live right around the corner from this house. And actually saw the guy who was chipped up and killed in the house. Scary stuff ….

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