What are Eric's personal possessions?
Hello! Thanks for your question about Eric E. and Hollis Dillon's personal possessions. The short version is that after additional extensive research through the couple's Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest pages; as well as trusted news sites, I’ve determined that the information you requested is not publicly available, This is likely because the couple makes an effort to keep such information private. However. Below you will find a deep dive of my research and methodology.
I searched through the couples social media accounts. I looked up their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest accounts. In the hope of finding family photos, I also looked up Hollis' sister Heidi Sabelhaus' Facebook and Pinterest pages as well as other sites where her photos appear.
In regards to social media, the couple seem to be rather reclusive. Their Facebook and Instagram pages are private. Both don't seem to have Twitter or Pinterest or Tumblr accounts. I also tried to dig around for Hollis' sister Heidi's photos on her social media accounts and other sites. Her Facebook page is private. Her Pinterest contains only photos related to her business. I found her photos on Getty Images and Newfillmore.com but these are related to her business and I didn't find any with the Dillons as subjects.
I was however able to uncover that the couple have a second home in Ketchum, Idaho. The information I found about the house was too sketchy for me to get its value information.
I also zoomed in on satellite image of the couple's house on Mercer Island and discovered two cars in the parking lot and what looks like a small boat. I was not able to determine their make or value.
To wrap it up, after searching extensively through Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and trusted media sites, I found out that a direct answer to your question is not publicly available because the Dillon family has not availed such information. However I learned that the couple has a second house in Ketchum, Idaho and they likely own atleast two cars and a small boat.
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