I am often fascinated how such normal looking homes, in quiet, nice neighborhoods, can actually be the epicenter of what is more and more appearing to be flat-out evil?
I guess this is how evil sometimes disguises itself; in order for it to become like a wolf in sheep's clothing so-to-speak.
Quiet folks living quiet lives . . . who go about nefarious activities discreetly. They can't help it, they are Tares among the Wheat. Bad seed doing what bad seed must do in service to its father, the Devil: Deceive, conceal, lie, cheat, manipulate, twist, and worse.
Undermining, usurping, destabilizing and, if left alone, destroying that which is good and right.
Those silently watching this evil work toward its nefarious ends are reminded of John Stuart Mill, an English political Philosopher who, in an address at the University of St. Andrew (1 February 1867) said: Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.