Arson at the Amish Church
The Fire Marshall has determined the explosion and fire a week ago at the Amish Church started from arson.
While waiting for the Pioneer Trails Bus to come in, I visited with John Henry on the left. He said he is waiting on a coffin that the bus is bringing down to replace one of the three coffins that has to be trashed due to the fire and explosion. Their way of determining which coffins need to be trashed was to ask themselves whether they would want to bury their wife in a damaged one? I think that was the wisest deciding factor of which ones to trash.
Later in the day I biked to the church house just to take a look. It blows my mind wondering why someone would deliberately destroy property that is not their own, especially a church building. This shot is the dumpster with plastic stacking chairs on top.
I am assuming this building is where the coffins were stored in.
The broom with a melted handle.
Two more similar incidents have happened recently, so we are warned to keep our eyes open for suspicious looking whoever.
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