Okay But I would not place to much on a dogs nose. Beside it is more than just having dead rotting bodies in the ground - the house was the shelter for the killer to commit such acts. Even if the house did not commit the murders, it did aid and abet death.
I would rather sleep in a cemetery than buy a house of murder.
To aid and abet are verbs that require not only activity but intent and will. So I can just see the house getting up and shaking itself from deep sleep then colluding with the criminal and deliberately planning to help.
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The house is an inanimate object. It can not aid and abet anything.
Where do you get this stuff?
So, by your reasoning.. the weapon he used must be REAL EVIL... and so were the clothes he wore and his backyard.. and the fence around the property. Evil doesn't care about property rights... so the neighbors property is evil too. The air in the house had been permeated with evil... the air drifted out over the ocean.. and is now outside your house. Quick... grab that oxygen tank.
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