Monday Mysteries series: Dispute over unpenned hogs leads to intense argument, murder | History

Norman Bliss was finishing chores at his farm near Shelton on March 22, 1903, when he noticed hogs eating corn in his field. They belonged to his neighbor, James Barnhart, and it was not the first time they had been on his property. On several occasions the hogs ventured onto his property while their indifferent owner did nothing to contain his animals.

Bliss and his son proceeded to drive the animals back off their property with pitchforks. In the process of driving the pigs west toward the Barnhart farm, two

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PMC Real Estate Brand Dirt Teams With Producer Eric Schotz for TV Series

PMC real estate brand Dirt has partnered with producer Eric Schotz to develop an unscripted TV series based on the digital platform’s coverage of celebrity homes and real estate transactions.

The deal calls for Schotz’s Anvil 1893 production banner to work with Dirt writers and editors Mark David and James McClain on a program that looks at celebrity digs, from childhood homes to remote hideaways of the rich and famous. Schotz, David and McClain will serve as executive producers.

“There’s a natural curiosity about where certain people live and how they live that’s been with us since the first tours of movie stars’ houses started in 1935,” said Schotz. “Dirt makes that virtual ‘open house’ alluring and compelling every single week, and we see tremendous opportunity in harnessing the power of the brand. We’re excited to take audiences to some extraordinary and evocative homes and lifestyles they wouldn’t normally see.”

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Dirt: PMC Real Estate Brand Sets TV Series Deal With Anvil 1893

PMC real estate brand Dirt has partnered with producer Eric Schotz to develop an unscripted TV series based on the digital platform’s coverage of celebrity homes and real estate transactions.

The deal calls for Schotz’s Anvil 1893 production banner to work with Dirt writers and editors Mark David and James McClain on a program that looks at celebrity digs, from childhood homes to remote hideaways of the rich and famous. Schotz, David and McClain will serve as executive producers.

“There’s a natural curiosity about where certain people live and how they live that’s been with us since the first tours of movie stars’ houses started in 1935,” said Schotz. “Dirt makes that virtual ‘open house’ alluring and compelling every single week, and we see tremendous opportunity in harnessing the power of the brand. We’re excited to take audiences to some extraordinary and evocative homes and lifestyles they wouldn’t normally see.”

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Architect And Designer Scott Gillen’s Latest Home In The Malibu Series, Case No. 3, Hits Market For $75 Million

Malibu designer and architect magnate Scott Gillen is disrupting the real-estate industry one multimillion-dollar home at a time.

Gillen, a former stunt driver and commercial director, founded UnvarnishedCo., a unique brokerage that conceptualizes, builds and lists homes. He personally directs, designs and develops each home and brings in Los Angeles’ top real-estate agents to close sales. Gillen has developed more than 30 homes for wealthy Los Angeles residents, yet it’s his most recent project, The Malibu Series, the most exclusive private residential development in the country, that is making headlines.

In 2017, Gillen purchased 24 acres of undeveloped, oceanfront land in Malibu for a record-breaking $50 million. He is transforming this land into The Malibu Series, a 15-home package of architecturally significant properties, which will be worth more than $500 million once complete. Properties within

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