"Murder at the Mansion" was the fifth story arc from Grant Morrison's run on the Marvel Comics title New X-Men, running from issues #139-141. It features the origin of Emma Frost, revealing her background and back story. Contents. [hide]. 1 Plot; 2 Major consequences; 3 Collected editions; 4 References. Plot.
Dec 17, 2015 ... On this day, an article in the Houston Chronicle informed the public that a Seabrook mansion designed by William Gerald List was being demolished, and every bit of it was for sale, from the brick to the diving board, everything had to go. William “Bill” List, a millionaire, built this 34,000 square feet home on a ...
Apr 25, 2014 ... Bill List Todville Mansion has been circulating on the internet lately when its dark history with former owner, Bill List, scared the man who is leasing it today. The shadowed past of Bill List Todville Mansion is reportedly already a decades-old Seabrook murder. However, even decades of time can't erase the ...
Apr 24, 2014 ... Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the Houston Chronicle on Monday, Nov. 18, 1985. More information on the property today can be found at chron.com . The mansion at 3300 Todville Road was as big as a child's fantasy.
Photos of the interior of Todville Mansion, a butt-ugly brick house along Todville Road, which ran along Galveston Bay from Seabrook halfway to La Porte, Tx. It deserves a mention because its owner, one Bill List, was murdered there. List made a fortune selling or renting trailers for hauling pipeline sections during the ...
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Apr 23, 2014 ... Welcome to lovely Villa by the Sea, the quaint Mediterranean-themed gated McMansion development off Todville Rd. in Seabrook that just happens to be built on the grounds of the former mansion where owner, trailer-rental mogul, and child predator Bill List was shot by some angry houseguests back in ...
Dec 14, 2011 ... It was a supremely depressing, tacky, hideous place. When I read postings online now lamenting its demise, it's totally absurd: the place was a depressing compound that should never have been “dreamt” of in the first place. It showed no imagination or foresight — just a crass display of spending money.