Mark Twains old mansion headed towards total collapse...

Updated: Feb 23

After decades of neglect, a historic house that once belonged to Mark Twain's relative burns to the ground

The James Clemens House built in 1858 was reduced to a crumbling shell after flames torched what was left of its roof. Wide swaths of brick walls collapsed at the rear of the old mansion, which was located at 1849 Cass Avenue. St.Louis, Missouri.

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