She confirmed it had been a wrong number on her part. She told the caller she had reached a wrong number, later recalling the woman’s “weird laugh”. The chief told George Sodder to leave the site undisturbed so the state fire marshal’s office could conduct a more thorough investigation. Jennie Sodder said in 1968 that if he had cut the power line, she and her husband, along with their other four children, would never have been able to make it out of the house. Marion had fallen asleep on the living room couch, so Jennie assumed the other children who had stayed up later had gone back up to the attic where they slept. When she got up again she found that the room George used for his office was on fire, around the telephone line and fuse box. Then they found the ladder that had been missing from the side of the house on the night of the fire at the bottom of an embankment 75 feet (23 m) away. Death certificates for the five children were issued December 30. The local newspaper contradicted itself, stating that all the bodies had been found, but then later in the same story saying that only part of one body was recovered.
George then tried to pull both of the trucks he used in his business up to the house and use them to climb to the attic window, but neither of them would start despite having worked perfectly during the previous day. A telephone repairman told the Sodders that the house’s phone line had not been burned through in the fire, as they had initially thought, but cut by someone who had been willing and able to climb 14 feet (4.3 m) up the pole and reach 2 feet (61 cm) away from it to do so. I am willing to allow the widow to site her property anywhere within my property as long as the boundary for the town road (right of way) is respected. A driver on the nearby road had also seen the flames and called from a nearby tavern; they were unsuccessful either because they could not reach the operator or because the phone there turned out to be broken. One woman who had been watching the fire from the road said she had seen some of them peering out of a passing car while the house was burning.
My current issue is that in the last sell off in 1885, the surveyor used landmarks that are no longer present; example, big maple tree, the edge of the “new town road”. An employee of a local crematorium she contacted told her that human bones remain even after bodies are burned at 2,000 °F (1,090 °C) for two hours, far longer and hotter than the house fire could have been. Phase 2 – While a few mines in the UK had longer distance transportation railroads than just on the mine property proper, most mines transferred product to the mainline railroads at property edge as soon as they came about. In short, no, you can’t run through your neighbor’s property outside of an easement, without their permission. The Constitution provides no guidelines on how delegates for a Convention of States are chosen, who does the selection, and how it will run.
The precedent has already been set when the original Convention of States did not focus on the specific orders given by their states; once delegates were locked inside the convention hall, the wishes of the states were immediately ignored, and the chosen delegates became the most powerful force in the country, with no boss. When they emerged, we had a new Constitution. There was evidence that supported their belief that the fire had not started in the electrical system and was instead set deliberately. Not long afterward, as they began to rebuild their lives, the Sodders started to question all the official findings about the fire. Recently, she started bringing up talks of religion. She woke him and he in turn woke his older sons. After another half hour she woke up again, smelling smoke. In case people missed the news in the past half year, there were massive protests here.
John Sodder said in his first police interview after the fire that he went up to the attic to alert his siblings sleeping there, though he later changed his story to say that he only called up there and did not actually see them. They frantically yelled to the children upstairs but heard no response; they could not go up there as the stairway itself was already aflame. Nevertheless, Morris believed that the five children unaccounted for had died in the fire, suggesting it had been hot enough to burn their bodies completely. Chief F.J. Morris said the next day that the already slow response was further hampered by his inability to drive the fire truck, requiring that he wait until someone who could drive was available. The local coroner convened an inquest the next day, which held that the fire was an accident caused by “faulty wiring”. They wondered why, if it had been caused by an electrical problem, the family’s Christmas lights had remained on throughout the fire’s early stages, when the power should have gone out. This number neatly shows the power of long-term investing from long periods of earnings growth.