Previously, we were lead to be believe that they were renting a ramshackle house at 7613 Sullivan Drive, Antelope, California. Not exactly what one would think of as a classy neighborhood.
But recent Satellite evidence suggests that this may no longer be the case. This is the current "45 degree" Satellite imagery of that location, available on Google Maps:
The trampoline in the side yard is clear indication of Serination. (And may we say for the record that if we were about to lose our home, were forced to move to a shithole section of town, and were still supporting our looser™son, the trampoline would be the first thing we'd put up for sale on Craigslist.) Also in the side yard is a ramshackle shack, which we can only presume to have been the domicile of noted fraudster Casey Serin. The black vehicle in the driveway is the one we believe to be mama Serin's Nissan Maxima. The blue pickup appears to be similar to the one that papa Serin used to drive.
There are also a bunch of what seem to be construction/contractor type vehicles parked around the house. Kind of odd, as none of the Serins are known to be in that business.
But, hold it, check the overhead satellite photo that appears to be newer:
Same location, different house. That explains a lot. Certainly explains all the contractor vehicles in the previous photo. That photo was probably taken just at the cusp of a major transition. Sadly, all the trees on the property were removed.
[As an aside, we note further evidence that the presence of Serins in your neighborhood is detrimental to just about everything about the place. Sometime between the previous photo and the current one, the neighbor directly to the south installed an above-ground pool. The coloration should be familiar.]
Street View confirms it.
That's a brand spanking new house, with a brand spanking new (not salvage!) BMW convertible in front of it. The side lot still has the shack on it, but has otherwise been cleared. The shack appears to be surrounded with painting materials/equipment and was probably used for storage or as office space during construction. By now, the shack is probably long-gone, as is the former semi-vegan inhabitant.
Our guess? The Serins were able to rent a teardown, probably another foreclosed property, on a month-to-month basis, with the knowledge that as soon as somebody bought it they would be out. Maybe they didn't even rent it. Casey was always good at finding places to squat semi-legally. Perhaps he convinced them to try one of those "Adverse Possession" scams and failed as usual. Maybe the "uncles" who were so happy to purchase their former home out of foreclosure and kick them out also owned this one for a time. In any case, somebody bought the place with intent to tear it down and build something else. They were out.
Where are they? We don't know. Casey's Facebook account is mostly private, but indicates he is in Hawaii. Perhaps he's finally WWOOFing it as he once dreamed of. Or maybe it's just pure BS designed to throw off the three of us who still care about him from realizing what happened.
In any case, it's clear that the Serins have again moved on, perhaps forced by their own actions to live as gypsies, moving from one dead-end house to another. A for Casey, only a trip to the valet-parking capital of downtown Sacramento is likely to reveal that reality. Too far for us.
All we can say is, GOTCHA!
Haha! Hahahahahahahahaha! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
And that's the way it is here at FC HQ, where we somehow still are following this tragic mess.