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451 decker drive dallas tx united states • 9401 dixie lane dallas tx united states • celebrity centre • church of scientology celebrity centre (dallas) • colleen mccain nelson • d magazine • dallas morning news • oxford capacity analysis (aka, "free scientology personality test" aka "u-test" aka "pape test") • real estate • texas • theresa dolaway
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Aug 6, 2008
1850 North Buckner – For Sale, By Scientologists — D Magazine
Type: Press
Source: D Magazine
The Church of Scientology has this property at the corner of Buckner Boulevard and Dixie Lane on the market for $725,000. That’s for .8 acre. It is listed with Perry Jones, who is also apparently bullish on Genghis Grill. (Genghis Grill and Scientologists, now there’s a combo.) According to a 2005 article in the Dallas Morning News, the Church of Scientology purchased this property in 2000 and made all the neighbors nervous. The home was originally built in the 1940’s, was ...
Oct 23, 2005
Scientologists on the move // Church leaving quirky Dallas mansion for office complex — Dallas Morning News
Type: Press
Author(s): Colleen McCain Nelson
Source: Dallas Morning News
When the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre moved to Far East Dallas, the neighbors were nervous. Visions of traffic clogging the tree-lined streets and rumors about religious rituals had some homeowners on edge. Now, after spending five years in a salmon-colored mansion at Buckner Boulevard and Dixie Lane, the Scientologists are moving to the suburbs. And many of their neighbors are sorry to see them go. "They've been very friendly," said Jim Depetris, who lives next door to the Celebrity Centre. ...
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