Was Your Home a Meth Lab?

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV)-- There are local home in Waynesboro, Staunton, and other Valley communities featured on the 'HouseCreep' website.

For example, if you search 'Waynesboro, Virginia', one home on West Main Street will pop up. The description on the site says police found chemicals or other items which indicate the presence of either clandestine drug labs or dumpsites, in 2007. In other words, this home could have housed a meth lab at one point. There are thousands of reports like this on this site for good reason.

"Generally most people do want to know what the past history of a house has been," said Randy Oickle, President of the Ottawa Real Estate Board.

Agents say if the information is accurate, it could also serve as a factor in negotiations. It appears, some buyers may be able to live with a few ghosts--if the price is right.

Click the link on the sidebar of this story to see if your house was once home to a crime scene.


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