1. For-fun emo band; “Bright Ears”and lead singer Conor Hauptmann own a small single family detached house on Musicacre
a. Bright Ears buys an easement from the adjacent neighbor, Paula Lennon, for parking in back of the neighbor’s house and for the sound of the band
b. Bright Ears sells Musicacre to “The Academy Isn’t”; popularity grows, style changes to Funk, crowds grow

2. The Academy Isn’t sells Musicacre to Fall in Boys, which acquires another parcel, adjacent to Musicacre on the other side, for a concert venue and uses the easement for overflow parking
3. Two easements to CK SBA, one for performance, one for parking; SBA conveys easement to Clear Channel Media, which organizes a concert by Vampire Weekday on the property covered by the easement
4. Fall in Boys sells Musicacre to Love Chemical, which knocks down the house and builds a chromium processing plant and uses the former parking area on the neighbor’s lot for a waste dump
5. No express easement; Bright Ears just uses the neighbor’s property for parking and its sound wafts over the neighbor’s property. Easement by prescription? By estoppel?
6. Unused for 5 years; bands disband; Wantz sells to Lake County Entertainment District, which sells 100 tenancies in common to various Lake County indie bands

7. Bright Ears, The Academy Isn’t, Fall in Boys all disband (so to speak) and their members go to law school. Ten years later, Jeffrey Cisowski buys Musicacre and builds a general aviation airstrip on it, using the parking lot covered by the easement