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fro_khidd

At least the city museum was built and still continues to make kids happy.


curmudg

Do you know what kind of construction they're doing there?


agonistfriend

None. It will never be worked on or completed. There was a fire in 2014 and after that the family said they have no plans on doing anything with the site.


curmudg

Yep, I was referring to people in the video walking around, looked like construction workers.


PinstripeMonkey

Ditto, very curious what the people are up to in the vid. Saw trucks and a trailer, and an SUV.


Low_Transportation36

He was "murdered" by his tractor that rolled on top of him and crushed him when it flipped.


avattt

Wait -- he was murdered? I knew he died unexpectedly, but never heard he was murdered.


Dudestl1

So "they" say from what I've read on the case it could have been but it'd one of those we will probably never know.


julieannie

He died in an accident, not a murder. The attorney who alleged that is Al Watkins. He’s not exactly known for believing in facts, whether through his getting sanctioned for going after the governor, representing the QAnon Shaman or the McCloskeys or making up some baby stealing ring.


AToastedRavioli

If I remember correctly, he was found dead in the cab of an excavator with serious injuries. Those who say it was an accident say he wrecked the vehicle and the impact caused fatal wounds, those who say it was murder say he was beaten and placed in the cab. But it’s still up in the air


Kodiak-Marmoset

I read an interview a few years back with his wife. I think it was in the RFT. I distinctly remember the wife's case for murder being fact- and evidence-free, basically a case study in confirmation bias. It was a sad read, since it seemed to be driven by grief, rather than money, etc.


julieannie

It was also money since she was fighting his children for the estate. “Coincidentally” making these allegations at the same time.


Durmomo0

What a crazy wild place this could have been.


SleepyLilBee

Anyone ever sneak in? I was invited to once and still regret being too chickenshit. Curious how much there is to actually see, given that it doesn't look like much in the video (on account of not being finished, I mean - I'm sure it'd rule if Bob had been able to complete it).


protothesis

It's very open and accessible. But also very dangerous, you must be very mindful when you're there. Very much worth a visit.


Scarscape

Went as a teenager with my friends a couple times, it’s pretty cool! Lots of cool views and just interesting spots. Definitely need to be careful to watch your step, though


is_still_unknown

Where is this?


bUrNtToAsT314

Riverview Dr. just north of Hall st.