Berlin’s ‘House Of Doom’ Has Had Nine Unnatural Deaths In 15 Years

The world’s worst feng shui? Germany’s Local writes:

A building in the leafy suburbs of Berlin has been dubbed the house of doom after it emerged that nine people died unnatural deaths there in the last 15 years.

Built just 25 years ago in the Gatow district of Spandau, the large house has been home to a brothel owner who ended up decapitated while flying down the nearby Autobahn on his motorbike in 2003, the suicide pact of a British journalist and his lover, and the murder-suicide of an entire family. The most recent was scientist Lorin W., died in a car crash.

In summer 2012 Berlin police were called to the building’s maisonette apartment, where they found the bodies of 69-year-old Kristian B., his wife Kathrin, 28, and their two sons aged six and three. The debt-riddled asset consultant had suffocated them all before killing himself with a plastic bag.

Another suicide rocked the house in 2000, when a Dutch man taped up all of his doors and windows, lit a barbecue and died shortly after of carbon monoxide poisoning.

2 Comments on "Berlin’s ‘House Of Doom’ Has Had Nine Unnatural Deaths In 15 Years"

  1. dansomehan | Feb 5, 2013 at 9:56 am |

    The Estate of Stanley Kubrick, and Stephen King should sue this “House of Doom” for copyright infringement.

  2. I’m sorry but the first thing that stuck out was the 69 year old with a 28 year old wife. The sad childish part of me stood up and applauded.

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