Something I wasn't aware of is that in Japan there is a huge stigma regarding buying or renting property in which a previous tenant or owner passed away (from natural causes or otherwise). The law in Japan states that when such a property is re-introduced to the housing market the ad must state if a death took place there - and as a result there is often a lot of difficulty finding a new owner, causing the price to be dramatically reduced. Even in Tokyo and other big cities where housing is limited and expensive, people will still avoid living in these properties despite the reduced cost.
As a millennial from the UK I've pretty much given up hope that I'm going to be able to buy a house any time soon, so the idea that I could get a cheaper place is super appealing to me regardless of how many people died there. I'm not particularly squeamish about that stuff however, and I was wondering if this is simply a cultural difference or if people from Western societies would be just as cautious about moving into a "haunted" house.
Would you do it, Giant Bomb?