|This is a terrible outrage. It is interesting though... if you do an internet search for the Yeager's contact information, it appears that there are multiple Yeagers living in that region. Not knowing anything specific about them, it "appears" that there are multiple families (perhaps even generations) with residences in the Murfreesboro area. That to me, makes this tragedy even more disturbing as if this is the case, they are "locals" who had to be aware of the history and hallowedness of their surroundings.
In other words, it's bad enough that anonymous "outsiders" and/or land developers come into places like this and threaten the historic landmarks - but when a native resident does it - that makes the situation even worse. Regardless if this is true or not, it is still just as shameful and totally irresponsible behavior in my opinion.
Last edited on Tue Jun 13th, 2006 02:38 pm by MAubrecht