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During its days of prosperity, the Northern Pacific Coal Company built the Roslyn Athletic Club for miners and their families.

It was completed in 1902 and contained a gym, meeting rooms, and a bowling alley.

It can be justified if the parents happen to be abusive or cruel mockeries of humanity from beyond the void — insofar as murder can be, but at least it's then the domain of the dark and troubled protagonists.

It's more justifiable if the parent is an outright villain.

The extreme version, where a person kills not just their parents but their entire people or clan is Genocide from the Inside.

One subversion is to have this happen by accident and/or for the parents' death be ultimately caused by their own actions involving the child.

Many buildings constructed after the fire used fire-resistant brick and sandstone.

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It's the ultimate mark of an Enfant Terrible or Antagonistic Offspring, the end result of a Betrayal by Offspring, and a likely origin of an Evil Orphan.What might be considered the inverse of Offing the Offspring, and is an equally aberrant behavior, is when a character murders their own parents.Any character behaving this way will probably be Ax-Crazy and/or a Psycho for Hire.The town was the filming location for The Runner Stumbles, Northern Exposure, and The Man in the High Castle.Much of the town's history is preserved, and its downtown was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. Bullet, vice president of the Northern Pacific Coal Company, at the time that the company initiated the first commercial coal mining operations there, to support railway operations.Roslyn's peak coal mine production of nearly 2 million tons was reached in 1910.As coal-fired steam trains were being replaced by diesel power, the mines began to shut down in the 1920s.These immigrants maintained the traditions of their homelands, as seen in the historic Roslyn Cemetery, with its 26 sections for distinct ethnic and lodge cemetery areas.Many Roslyn residents today are descendants of these immigrant miners.A hub of life in the town was the company store, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places; it still stands at the corner of First Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.Like many 19th-century American towns and cities, where risk of fires was high, Roslyn had a major fire in 1888, which destroyed most of its commercial district.