Crooked House

Alan and Susan Sykes paid £83,000 for the property and then saw on TV that a doctor had murdered a 13-year-old girl there. He had then cut up her body into more than a hundred pieces, hiding them around the property. They then sold it for a loss of £25,000 after they refused to continue living in it but no eager buyers appeared.

Claims that the sale was a "misrepresentation" or "negligent mis-statement" were rejected by the Appeal Court, since there was no obligation to disclose the history of the property.

The Daily Record

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