15 Notorious Murderers’ Homes

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Lizzy BordenPhoto: TruTV

There are curious questions surrounding the places where murderers lived. Did they bury their dead inside their homes? Did they live with the dead or pieces of them? Did they have really nasty, rundown homes? Whatever happened to their homes? And who would want to buy those places and live in them? The above picture shows the home of Lizzy Borden, where she hacked to pieces by her father and step-mother. The house was turned into a bed and breakfast.

Amanda Knox homePhoto: TruTV

15. Home of Amanda Knox

The above picture was the home of Amanda Knox, who infamously murdered Meredith Kercher in the central Italian suburb of Perugia. As foreign exchange students, the pair was housed together while attending the Università per Stranieri. The home sits in a quaint town of only 34,000. Once known for its chocolate, Perugia is now famous for the murder and media circus surrounding the homicide case. Italian boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito was also given a life sentence for his participation in the murder of Kercher. The case is now being appealed.

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Ronald "Butch" DeFeo Jr. murderPhoto: TruTV

14. Home of Ronald “Butch” DeFeo Jr.

Unless you were born in the early 1970s, chances are that you don’t remember Ronald “Butch” DeFeo Jr. He killed his parents and four younger siblings in 1977. The home you see above is located on 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, Long Island.

Raised by parents who had unusual parenting styles, “Butch” was abused, demeaned and beaten. Later, his parents went to the extreme opposite and bought him anything he wanted. These mixed messages led Butch to get into serious hardcore drugs like LSD and heroin as a teen. Butch tried to kill his dad with a pistol, but the gun malfunctioned. Not long after, Butch finally got his moment of tyranny and destruction. Armed with a gun, he blasted his dad’s head off and tore his mother’s body almost in half, while his siblings were dismembered just from the bullets that tore through their bodies. One of his siblings didn’t die instantly; he lay there twitching and convulsing for what seemed like forever as Butch stood there and watched.

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