I was sent a picture that proved to be a different address along that street, and that Facebook post went the way of the dodo without so much as a screen shot.
As far as I'm concerned that is just an unsubstantiated rumor, nothing to see there, but it did get me to thinking........does Ken Whitman own 927 Old Ekron Rd?
Tax Assors' Office shows that a Whitman, presumably Ken Whitman's ex-wife, owns the property on Bayside Lane where Ken Whitman has run and is planning on running a Print on Demand business.
The property at 927 Old Ekron Road shows up under another name, along with two others. A little more searching shows that it might be a property rental managed by a third-party company, Redbug Rentals.
A quick reach-out to them conforms they do manage the property at 927 Old Ekron Rd.
2012.08.12 EDIT: I've managed to figure out that this isn't the location of Ken's Air BnB.....more to follow. There hasn't been a single page-view for this post, but I don't like simply deleting a post because that is how Ken Whitman rolls, not me.
So what it appears to me that we have is Ken Whitman either living here or living at a second location. If he is setting up a POD print shop he has to have a second location because it would be kind of hard to rent out this studio while using it for printing, unless that was in the garage.
I'm of the opinion that Ken Whitman has a second location, but is using his old address and information from his old house, the one the ex has now, to keep a few debt collectors, process servers, and PO'd backers/customers off his ass. I realize that is pure speculation, but this narrative fits the information I've found so far.
Just as an aside though....if Ken Whitman is "broke" and only making $20K a year (you'd have to read the KoDT:LAS comments to get this info), how could he afford a 4K TV in his Air BnB rental?
"About this listing
Now you can have access to a 2000 sq foot shotgun studio apartment! Include wi-fi, and a nice big couch and 4k TV for watching Netflix!
California King Foam mattress. 8 foot long Couch.
Garage for small cars, or keeping animals in."
That is a lot of TV for a broke guy, and the timing of availability coincides with his first Kickstarter windfall.....just saying.