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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 8815 Historical

Instructions and Help about Where Form 8815 Historical

Hey there guys, this is the Lookie Inn in Knoxville, Tennessee. Every year, the Knoxville Heritage organization releases their Fragile 15 list. It doesn't really do any good, they just give false hope that they will do something with the abandoned properties, but they never actually do. They just let them go to waste. But anyway, the Lookie Inn was posted on the list in 2017. Over the years, it has had many different names, like Holiday Inn and Family Ends of America. It has been used for various purposes, including as a restaurant and for hosting football games. According to local newspapers, there have been incidents of theft at the inn. There are plans to construct 24 additional units at the Holiday Inn, costing $55,000. These units will be located on the east side of the existing structure, in six prefabricated buildings with four units each. They will be separate from the current 105 units. In a video, you can see new buildings on the right side, which I assume are the newest addition. In 1981, there was a newspaper report of items worth $50,000 being stolen, including sheets, pillowcases, towels, and other linens. The theft occurred in an unmarked room on the east side of the building, after a padlock was cut from the door. Strangely, a room marked "linens" on a floor above was left untouched. The security guard claims to have made regular rounds and not seen anything unusual. It's unclear if it was an inside job or an insurance scheme. Another event happening at the inn was a ance by the jazz blues trio, The House Cats, on Monday at 7:30 p.m. There was no cover charge for the event. The inn was used for various purposes, including music events and hosting football parties. It...