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The residence of the Dupont de Ligonnès, the pavilion of the Troadec ... What happens to the houses of crime?

2021-06-18T11:07:29.745Z

INVESTIGATION - Theaters of bloody news items, these houses have once again become living quarters, often acquired at a knockdown price. Do the walls keep traces of the tragedy? How do their occupants feel?



The hostess does not lack humor.

When Halloween comes in the fall, Diane F. places candles in three white playful ghost figurines that she has on her windowsill.

Like a blustering snub to those terrorized by haunted houses.

And to those who still point the finger at his old building, planted on the Bellevue road, in Prévessin-Moëns, in the Ain.

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Here, between the foothills of the Jura and Lake Geneva, one of the most chilling tragedies of recent decades has been played out: on the morning of January 9, 1993, Jean-Claude Romand, false doctor of the World Organization of health, massacred his wife and two children, before going to assassinate his parents 80 kilometers further north, then returning to set fire to the family home.

28 years have passed, but it still happens that the curious take a picture of the facade of Diane's house.

Or ask her if she's not afraid, if it wouldn't have been wiser to tear down those walls.

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Source: lefigaro

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