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Outside Coral Castle
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An image taken from outside the grounds of Coral Castle, showing the truly incredible structure.
Ed built his castle to impress Agnes Scuffs, a 16-year-old who had jilted him on the day before their wedding. Ed was a man who spent 20 years building an open-air compound stocked with lumpy rock tables, chairs, and beds, with no electricity or running water, and expected that Agnes would fall in love with it and with him.
Ed was as secretive as he was misguided. He never told anyone how he carved and set into place the walls, gates, monoliths, and moon crescents that make up much of his Castle.
This photograph is free to use on the condition that an aknowledgement to eyesshare is included alongside it
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