Exploding homes

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Is there anything to see here? A few occult numbers, a rubblized house with almost no debris pile (judging by an alleged photo of the scene).

I doubt there will be any follow up to the story, but I am curious what the purpose of such a story could be if it’s totally or partially fabricated.

Insurance fraud? Drug lab destruction?

There have been a few other very odd house demolition stories without much information in the past.

Speculate away!

Police have released the name of a man who died in a home explosion in north Port Hope last week.

The man has been identified as the homeowner, Michael Vanherreweghe, 66, of Port Hope, said Northumberland OPP.

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  1. psyopticonpsyopticon

    This photo (of the deceased?) was found among the smouldering ashes. Very 9/11. Dont suppose anyone recognises him from this?..

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    The scorched Stars & Stripes flag flying above the lawn feels very 9/11-ish too..

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    And, stretching credulity, a large plank of wood from the exploded house or garage, embedded, so the caption reads, in a nearby tree..

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    The house 9742 Lunny Lane, Campbellcroft, ON – plus 100 acres of land including mini golf course, swimming pool &c – was put on the market back in August. When the realtors fortuitously – as it happens – made a sales video.The ubiquitous sales video – a Godsend for insurance claims, if the place should go up in smoke before it sells.

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    More photos below, but alas no more info on the mysterious late homeowner Mr Michael Vanherreweghe… For a man of notable wealth, he leaves remarkably little evidence on the internet of his 66 years on earth..

    www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com…

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