The hulking pine tree that once stood watch over the grey split-level house has been removed, but the house on Cameron Road in Medicine Hat, Alberta, still stands as a monument to the diabolical murder plan hatched by JR and Jeremy Steinke.
The overall appearance of the property has been altered, for obvious reasons. The white shutters have been re-painted, and a series of tidy, new gardens have been installed, all presumably in an effort to cleanse the quiet neighbourhood of Ross Glenn of the unspeakable crimes which happened there.
When the house was put up for sale more than a year after the murders, even the listing served as a chilling reminder of it's chilling history:
"This property was the scene of a violent crime in 2006."
The MLS listing went on to say that the house was being offered "as is, where is."
Article by Sherri Zickefoose @ The Calgary Herald (August 14, 2007)