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John P, Mark Zamora and Norm Flores stop in Alabama to see some friends, a giant chair and the Georgia Guidestones - for guidance of course. (And the free lemonade.)
26 Jun 2012
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The mysterious and prehistoric Stonehenge in England is one of the world's most fascinating locations, so fascinating that many Americans have attempted to recreate their own versions in the US. Railroad exec Sam Hill had a scale model Stonehenge built in Maryhill, Washington, as a World War 1 memorial which was started in 1918 and took 12 years to complete. Nuberg, Georgia's “Georgia Guidestones” were paid for by a mysterious man with a fake name, “RC Christian,” who gave 50,000 dollars to a granite company to follow his design instructions. Christian left a model in a shoebox and was never heard from again. Stonehenge II in Kerrville, Texas is a meticulously designed, 60 percent scale replica of the original Stonehenge, and it rests next to replicas of the stone heads from Easter Island. But perhaps quirkiest of all are three stonehenges not made of stone at all. Foamhenge, in Natual Bridge, Virgina took just about a day to sculpt and put together... mostly because it's made of foam. Stonefridge in Santa Fe, New Mexico took nine years to complete, and is made up of 200 refrigerators stacked 18 feet high in a circle. And perhaps strangest of all is Carhenge, in Alliance, Nebraska. 38 broken down cars were rescued from the junkyard and turned into a surral stonehenge recreation. The cars have been pained a flat gray in order to look more like the original, and Carhenge is now made up of 100 percent American vehicles. Two foregin cars were recently replaced by modles built in Detroit, while the centerpiece “Heel Stone” is a 1962 Cadillac. That's a way to get more mileage out of a busted down vehicle. Check the web to find out where the nearest Stonehenge to you is located. I’m Liesel Hlista for TravelWishTV****. Keep watching for more quirky, odd, and outrageous American travel destinations. Distributed by Tubemogul.
18 Oct 2008
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This DVD - Total Onslaught by Walter Veith - Part 32 - 1844 and the Final Onslaught, deals with the culmination of the 2300-day prophecy of Daniel 8 and 9. It shows that the same animosity that caused the crucifixion of Christ will be manifested at the end of time. In the corridors of secret societies, and in New Age thinking, there is a movement to destroy those who believe in salvation in Christ and the truth of His word. This presentation gives evidence for the plans to eradicate those who stand for truth and righteousness, including discussions of the judgment hour message, significant happenings in 1844, the Bahai faith, the theory of evolution, the Georgia guidestones, and the plans for worldwide population depletion. Visit Amazing Discoveries TV -
8 Nov 2010
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