Memphis Mission – Is it for sale?

The Memphis Flyer reported back in December that the Co$ Mission in Memphis was for sale for the cool sum of $895,000.

When we protested on last Saturday, there was not a for sale sign in sight. Most of the neighbors were under the impression the Mission had moved. We had several neighbors tell us “They aren’t there anymore.” As one neighbor put it, “We thought we’d run them off already!” We knew from calling ahead, however, they did still meet at the Church.

This week I decided to do a bit of digging. The Co$ had taken their For Sale sign down. I searched the real estate listings in Memphis and found jack. After a few days of digging, I found the old feature listing for it on their real estate agent’s site. I managed to dig up the MLS number. I plugged it into Realtor.com and Re-max and found nothing.

Another Anon gave this scoop –

i called the number on the real estate sign….they said the property was listed as inactive, but when i pressed her, she gave me the direct number to the agent…after he tried to give me the runaround, he finally said it was listed at $850,000

Very interesting.

Another point to ponder from the Flyer article –

(David) Slaughter said parishioners come from all over the city, but he could not provide an estimate of local church membership.

And from another part –

Central Gardens residents say that the Church of Scientology has been a quiet neighbor.

“I’ve never seen a human go in there,” said Peter Donovan, who manages the nearby University Club of Memphis.

This Anon thinks that maybe, just maybe, the Co$ Mission isn’t holding the numbers like it used to!

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One Response to “Memphis Mission – Is it for sale?”

  1. You said, “This Anon thinks that maybe, just maybe, the Co$ Mission isn’t holding the numbers like it used to!”

    The Quote said, “I’ve never seen a human go in there”

    Maybe, just maybe it isn’t about holding human numbers. Donovan said he had never seen a human go in there. He didn’t say whether or not he saw a few hundred aliens marching in and out daily.

    Possible? Xenu would say yes.

    –Anon

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