Saturday, May 9, join us as the Weirdthings crew hits up Homestead, Florida to investigate Coral Castle. Coral Castle is made up of over 1,100 tons of Coral Stone. Amazingly the entire project was quarried, cut, carved and put in place by one man, a Latvian immigrant named Edward Leedskalnin. Leedskalnin apparently built the castle as a tribute to his fiance who left him the night before their wedding. The mystery of Coral Castle is how Leedskalnin pulled it off all by his lonesome. Since he was very secretive about his work and nobody ever saw him in the middle of actually building the thing, speculation that he used paranormal means, such as levitation, to build the site abounds. It took Leedskalnin from 1923-1951 to build the thing.
Investigation Info, after THE JUMP.
Was Coral Castle built through mystic and mysterious means by a magical Latvian or is something more ordinary afoot? Join us as we get all scooby-doo at 2 pm on Saturday, May 9st in Homestead, and together, we’ll get to the bottom of this.
Coral Castle is located at:
28655 South Dixie Highway
Homestead, FL 33033
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