Police officers have yet to rule outfoul play in the incident./PN Estiandan was found by his aunt hangingfrom the ceiling of his rented apartment with a blanket tied around his neck at11:10 a.m. on Monday, a police report showed. ILOILO City – He was found dead hanginginside his rented apartment in Compania, Molo district, police said. Estiandan’s family and relatives were convincedthat he had committed suicide, the report added. The 21-year-old Joseph NicholasEstiandan was believed to have committed suicide.
Ayres, a 42-year-old Zamboni driver for the AHL franchise Toronto Marlies, came on in relief with 8:41 remaining in the second period with Carolina leading 3-1.Twitter went on a frenzy reacting to the developments as the Hurricanes defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-3. Ayres finished with eight saves and the win in his NHL debut.Here’s how Twitter reacted to the first EBUG since March 2018. This is the ultimate, “I hope we all have fun” outfit. #leafsforever pic.twitter.com/4VMsIoAUUy— Meghan Chayka (@MeghanChayka) February 23, 2020Showtime for Dave Ayres pic.twitter.com/LdNTMfAnDg— Pace Sagester (@PaceSagester) February 23, 2020Well done, brother 👏 https://t.co/3EmVIAlMlD— Andrei Svechnikov (@ASvechnikov_37) February 23, 2020I’m ready to make emergency goaltender and zamboni driver David Ayres an honorary North Carolina citizen after courageous @Canes win. Amazing.— Roy Cooper (@RoyCooperNC) February 23, 2020Hang that sweater in the PNC rafters. What a legend https://t.co/KqHW9LGonQ— John Isner (@JohnIsner) February 23, 2020Live shot of Don Waddell looking for a goalie. #NHLTradeDeadline #LetsGoCanes pic.twitter.com/0CmwDGeGCA— Zig Fracassi (@ZigFracassi) February 23, 2020Roberto Luongo was impressed with Ayres’ performance.Ayres has more wins in Toronto than I do smh— Strombone (@strombone1) February 23, 2020Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price might have had the quote of the night.Me: “Did you hear what happened in Toronto?”Carey Price: “I heard the zamboni driver’s going to win the Vezina.”— Аrpon Basu (@ArponBasu) February 23, 2020On the other hand, it was not a good night to be a Toronto Maple Leaf. The Toronto Maple Leafs:- Haven’t won a Stanley Cup since 1967.- Haven’t won a Playoff Series since 2004.- Lost three Game 7’s to the Boston Bruins in the last decade.- Lost to a goalie, who is a Zamboni driver.Let that sink in.#Leafs #Canes— Lukas Weese (@Weesesports) February 23, 2020 Saturday was the 40th anniversary of the Miracle on Ice — one of the most improbable sporting feats of all-time. It was perhaps fitting, then, for a bit of hockey magic to take place.The Carolina Hurricanes were forced to bring on emergency backup goalie David Ayres in Toronto after injuries to James Reimer and Petr Mrazek.
The Georgia mansion that inspired one of the homes in Gone With the Wind will be auctioned at the end of July 2019. Twelve Oaks is the name of the plantation home of the Wilkes family in the novel, and aristocratic Ashley Wilkes is the man that Scarlett O’Hara obsesses over for years, to the chagrin of Rhett Butler. Built in 1836, this real-life “Gone With the Wind” Southern mansion in Covington, which was originally called the Harris Plantation, was named one of the Top 10 Antebellum Sites in Georgia and is on the National Register. As the novel was being adapted, author Margaret Mitchell reportedly saw a photo of the home in the Atlanta Journal, and sent a clipping of it to the film’s production team with a handwritten note saying, “I like this for Ashley’s home.”Twelve Oaks at twilight. Courtesy of Target AuctionsEventually named Twelve Oaks, its most recent incarnation was as a bed and breakfast and event space. “The stately white pillar-covered mansion features more than 10,000 square feet of renovated space — over $2 million was spent fixing it up recently, according to a press release issued from Target Auction, the company overseeing the sale.”AdChoices广告inRead invented by TeadsEntrance Hall. Courtesy of Target AuctionsCourtesy of Target AuctionsToday reported, “As for why they’re selling the property, the current owner explained in a statement: ‘We feel we’ve accomplished what we set out to do and we are ready to start a new adventure.’ “The live auction will take place at the property on July 25th.According to Target Auction, “There are 12 large bedrooms and 12 1/2 luxurious baths along with a grand dining room, parlor, informal dining and living spaces and a chef’s dream kitchen. One of the baths includes a very rare antique luxury shower that is one of the only ones in the world. There are two bathtubs that cost over $14,000 each… The property sits on over 3 acres of gardens with a pool, gazebo, and pergola and with a 4-car historic carriage house.”Dining Room. Courtesy of Target AuctionsParlor. Courtesy of Target AuctionsLiving Room. Courtesy of Target AuctionsCovington, 35 miles from Atlanta, is known as the Hollywood of the South. More than 125 movies and TV shows have been filmed in and around there. Inside the Twelve Oaks “Gone With the Wind” mansion are four reproductions of Scarlett’s (Vivien Leigh) gowns from the film as well as two of Rhett’s (Clark Gable) suits.According to the website for Twelve Oaks, Judge John Harris built it as his townhouse in 1836. “He owned a large plantation near Covington that was pilfered by federal troops in 1864 when they were beginning Sherman’s march to the Sea,” said the site. “The Atlanta History Center has journal entries from Sherman and Harris describing details of Sherman’s thirty-day stay at the Harris Plantation.”Kitchen. Courtesy of Target AuctionsKitchen. Courtesy of Target AuctionsMaster Bathroom. Courtesy of Target AuctionsMaster Bathroom. Courtesy of Target AuctionsAfter the Civil War, Robert Franklin Wright bought the property for $1,000 and named it The Cedars. The family refurbished the interior and added a boxwood garden to the rear of the mansion. In 1903 they sold the home to Nathanial S. Turner, a cotton broker who owned Covington Mills. The home eventually acquired a new name, Whitehall. However, the home fell into disrepair in the 1930s.Master Bedroom. Courtesy of Target AuctionsSalvatore Study. Courtesy of Target AuctionsBedroom. Courtesy of Target AuctionsKatherine’s Grand Suite. Courtesy of Target AuctionsMagnolia Spa Suite. Courtesy of Target AuctionsBedroom. Courtesy of Target AuctionsCannonball Run Grand Suite. Courtesy of Target AuctionsIn the 1940s, following the production of the film Gone With the Wind, the mansion and the entire Covington area became a draw for tourists. An article published at the time said, “Covington’s beautiful old houses were first opened to the public in 1948 for a tour sponsored by the Covington Garden Club… More than 2,500 actually descended upon the little city…Police tried vainly to handle the constantly swelling tide which poured in…from all directions. Visitors came from as far away as New York and California. An antique dealer expressed amazement at the beautiful homes and their handsome furnishings.”Balcony. Courtesy of Target AuctionsPool Area. Courtesy of Target AuctionsAlthough the Harris Plantation house and other Deep South mansions inspired Margaret Mitchell and the photos were used as guides, not a single scene of the classic film was actually shot in Georgia. It was filmed at what was then the Selznick International Studios and other locations near Los Angeles. The famous barbecue at Twelve Oaks made use of the long-gone Busch Gardens in Pasadena, an estate built by the Busch brewing family. Remnants of the landscaping can still be seen in gardens of the houses around Arroyo Boulevard between Bellefontaine Street and Madeline Drive–the gardens also stood in for the grounds of “Xanadu” in Citizen Kane.Related Article: Art Deco House with Original Vintage Furnishings For Sale – Take a TourArchitectural Digest wrote, “Though Gone With the Wind was filmed on a set, Twelve Oaks has served as a filming location for other productions including The Vampire Diaries, Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys, and Halloween II.“For more information please visit the Target Auctions website