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This was a good theory. I don't know if the blocks on the peromid could be mounted this way tho.
 

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They were not in town when they were built. In fact that's why Ed Leed... moved his creation ; civilization was getting too close for him.
Yes and moved it in one night all by himself
 
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Yes and moved it in one night all by himself
Moving it in one night was quite the feat, I'll give him that. BUT, I have to tell you, it's NOT that big a place. Even with that said, moving it in one night looks almost impossible.
 
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They were not in town when they were built. In fact that's why Ed Leed... moved his creation ; civilization was getting too close for him.
Right. I am just surprised when they build up around famous things like this, that they don't have more of a buffer around the certain site. Graceland was like this too, businesses right next to it and across the street. Would have been nice to see these places before they were encroached upon.
 
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