TWO People Commit Suicide At Obamas’ New Home. See Why INSIDE

Congratulations are due for the Obamas. They’ve found a new home — and it’s not the White House!


After being evicted from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue last January, the Obamas have been on the hunt for a new permanent home. Their latest find, however, has a dark past, according to Fox News.

TWO people have killed themselves there in the last 30 years.

The first suicide at the NYC home occurred on July 22nd, 1988. On that day, Anderson Cooper’s brother, Cooper Carter, lept to his death off a 14th-floor balcony. For months before his suicide, Cooper was said to be “acting strangely.”

The second suicide happened in the same fashion just a few months ago. In April 2017, Ney York socialite Jean Stein took a similar leap to her death. She was reportedly suffering from depression. She severed her leg and landed on an 8th-floor terrace in the process.

With the Obamas moving in, the death-rate will likely rise. No, not because living with the insufferable former commander-in-chief will be exhausting — though it will — but because the ENTIRE BUILDING has a long history with people killing people.

Other than these suicides, the building housed Frances Schreuder, who was arrested for conspiring to kill her husband, wealthy Utah businessman Franklin Bradshaw.

Here’s hoping the Obamas have a happy marriage and lots of security — because the building seems to be a magnet of homicide and suicide.

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