An unconventional home renovation show that takes on the country's most infamous homes: ones known for the mysterious murders within their walls. Designers Joelle and Mikel remove the stains of the past and make once morbid homes marvelous. All episodes streaming now.Download NowDownload Now
Serial killer Dorothea Puente poisoned seven people in her boarding house and buried them in the backyard. Designers Joelle and Mikel visit the current owners to replace the home’s negative energy with a new makeover.
The Puente house provides Mikel and Joelle plenty of challenges: a junk-filled backyard, a storage shed they can’t tear down, and the fact that police never found all the body parts from the victims buried in the yard.
It’s reveal day! The homeowners have no idea what Mikel and Joelle have changed. WIll the renovation remove the stains from the past?
William Bradford shot and killed his wife in their living room. Years later, John and Karina bought the house, but were never told of the tragedy. They are now desperate for a positive change.
Designers Mikel and Joelle are working overtime to give a fresh look to the home and a completely revamped living room. But first, they need to find out if the murder weapon is still hidden in the fireplace!
Homeowners John and Karina are coming back soon and tension is running high. Mikel and Joelle made some bold design decisions for the home. Will John and Karina like what they see?
Frederick Hengl was arrested for dismembering and cooking his wife in their home. Chelsea and Oliver bought the house and are looking for a fresh start for their growing family.
The Hengl house will be a big renovation for Mikel and Joelle. Things get even more complicated when the team finds bloody evidence of the murder under the bathroom floor.
Consider it flipped. With a brand new backyard, modernized bathroom, and transformed curb appeal, will the “Blue Murder House” become a happy home for Oliver and Chelsea?
Child actress Judith Barsi was killed by her father Jozsef in their home. For the past 15 years, Gaby has slept in the same bedroom where this tragedy occurred and is desperate to rid the house of its dark energy.
Mikel and Joelle have their work cut out for them. But this isn’t just about flipping a young girl’s bedroom, it’s about using design to take away the sting of trauma.
This reveal feels different for Mikel and Joelle. The homeowners have suffered for years because of the tragedy that happened in their home. Can this redesign actually help change their lives?