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The Ariel Conflict. The True Story Of Bryan Woodruff

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Kermit:
Quick update on Ariel Tavern. I hadn’t been by there since my wife and I drove by and saw lots of activity going on. We stopped and briefly talked to Joni who is Bryan’s Sister. She sadly informed us of Bryan’s passing.
Yesterday I had business in the Woodland area so I ventured the short trip to the Ariel Tavern. This time I found the place hauntingly abandoned looking and obviously uninhabited. I took a few photos and left a note on clipboard. I fear the glory days of gatherings at Ariel are in our past. What did surprise me was Joni seemed quick to ask me if I was interested in buying the place a few months ago but yesterday there were no for sale signs present. Bryan had showed me through the place about 2 years ago and I observed the condition of the building. I recall telling Meyer that it would cost at least $100,000 to get this place up to present day standards.

Shutter:
It's hard to say if they put it on the market yet. I miss his updates and pictures he used to send. he missed his mother so much. I hope he found her and has peace..

DBfan57:
So is there anything planned for the 50th anniversary, assuming this crime is not solved by next Thanksgiving? 

Shutter:
You are not allowed to view links. Register or LoginSo is there anything planned for the 50th anniversary, assuming this crime is not solved by next Thanksgiving?

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Yes, new owners have purchased the property and apparently will be having a party for the 50th anniversary. this could be the bash of the century marking DB Cooper and honoring Bryan Woodruff and his mothers legacy. this would be something I would attend.

Shutter:
Eric Ulis holds a convention every year (CooperCon) and will probably have a lot of key people speaking at the event. this year was cancelled due to Covid.

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