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After a cliff collapse left Rob Webb's home uninhabitable, he chose to burn it to the ground on Friday, June 13.

Because Texas.

Faced with the forced removal of his 4,000-square-foot home, condemned this week after a cliff collapse left it hanging 75 feet over Lake Whitney, a homeowner in Texas made a somewhat surprising decision. Rather than demolish the property the old fashioned way, its precarious position called for an unorthodox approach: burn it to the ground.

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