Sorry, I'd like more evidence than what is on this list. Other than the abberant newzealand.com, I don't know when they changed hands, or from which hand to which (as in the case of business.com when Ostrofsky sold it to himself, a variant of the shill bidding that used to infest Afternic).|
Some of the list don't appear to be in use, why pay so much for them and not use them? Others like horror.com, which was in active use going back to '96, include more than the name value on its own, you're buying a complete property.
Even if your entire list is accurate, above-board, and current, it does nothing to detract from the point that the DNS is not very trustworthy. After all, these are all names supposedly changing hands, thus further confusing end-users. Please add to your list as it adds to my point. -g