Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Meth Town Civil War History Burns

The 3rd fire in less than a year leads to the demise of this structure . . . Read more:

Thomson House in Independence to be razed after 3 fires

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Civil War-era mansion and former restaurant in Independence will be torn down after the third fire in less than a year. Emergency crews with the Independence Fire Department responded Monday to the latest fire at the Thomson House , which is located on the north side of U.S.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sus, I'm thinking current Owner couldn't offload it for more than it was insured. Hope he gets billed for the work too.

Anonymous said...

That owner either has a serious enemy or a large insurance policy.

Anonymous said...

Worst arsonist ever

Anonymous said...


BLM did it you know they did. Civil war plantation? Sad because that's rare in Jackson County due to the civil war burn order # 11, from the union. You know, the ones that freed the slaves get slapped in the face by black people for doing it.

Anonymous said...

More than likely homeless squatters