That house has now been destroyed.
SAN ANTONIO -- It took two years to bring down one house on South Hackberry. It was known hangout for prostitutes and drug addicts as well as a worry for parents of children who go to school just steps away.(from WOAI-TV)
The homeowner, a man who called himself Reverend Seymour Perkins, served time for drug possession. He was a folk artist who passed away earlier this year.
On Monday, his son and the family moved forward after a judge's decision to demolish the building.
Roland Perkins "I’m glad it's done, but I don't like the way [the city] did it."
Is Perkins's story finally over? Is this the conclusion of the final chapter, and now we have nothing but the memory of a good read?
Or will it never really end?