It is not a house people know much about along Honeycomb Road.
It was empty for a while neighbors say until recently, an unassuming small white rancher that no one paid much mind to until Saturday morning when the block was crawling with police.
“It's stunning,” neighbor Charlene Purkey said, “It's just appalling, I don't know who lived there but you know, it's sad."
Sad because Charlene and her neighbors would learn a man and woman were found dead in the basement apartment of the house Saturday morning.
Baltimore County Police say the bodies of Joshua Glennon and Tiffany Ingellis were discovered by their landlord just after 9:00 a.m. but detectives don't know how long the bodies had been there.
The medical examiner ruled the couple was killed by blunt force trauma, they were beaten to death.
"We don't have suspect information at this point,” said Baltimore County Police Officer Jen Peach said, “However based on some of the circumstances that investigators have discovered during the course of their investigation, they do believe that these two victims were targeted."
Those circumstances may be the lengthy criminal history these victims have including both recently being indicted late last month on charges that include home invasion, robbery, and assault.
Each of the victims was scheduled to appear in court on those charges later this month.
Still, without a suspect identified or motive revealed by police, neighbors here can only assume what was going on in this unassuming house.
"You don't know if it’s for drugs. That's just a big problem everywhere and I don't know if that is, ya know...but other than that I am just sick to my stomach about it, it's sad."