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An outside look at the east wall which Ed brought with him from Florida City. On the other side of the wall is Ed's bathtub and another 6 pointed star.

An outside look at the east wall which Ed brought with him from Florida City. On the other side of the wall is Ed's bathtub and another 6 pointed star.

More foliage at the Coral Castle

More foliage at the Coral Castle

Outside the Tower at the Coral Castle looking North

Outside the Tower at the Coral Castle looking North

Coral Castle, Miami, Florida---Coral Castle doesn't look much like a castle, but that hasn't discouraged generations of tourists from wanting to see it. That's because it was built by one man, Ed Leedskalnin, a Latvian immigrant who single-handedly and mysteriously excavated, carved, and erected over 2.2 million pounds of coral rock to build this place, even though he stood only five feet tall and weighed a mere 100 pounds.

The Coral Castle // Created by Edward Leedskalnin over 28 years using supposed supernatural abilities

Plant life at the Coral Castle

Plant life at the Coral Castle

There is only one man in the world who, by demonstration, has supported the claim, “I know the secret of how the pyramids of Egypt were built!” That man is now deceased and took the sec…

How the pyramids were built-Coral Castle and the mysterious wisdom of Edward Leedskalnin

Coral Castle trees

Coral Castle trees

Coral Castle - How did Edward Leedskalnin build it alone? Note the 'mysterious box' atop the tri-pod above him which is claimed to have never been found.

Mysteriously constructed single handedly by Edward Leedskalnin is the Coral Castle. Built in it is the sole modern megalithic site with some of its large coral 'stones' weighing up to 30 tons. The "black box" topping the tri-pod has never been found.

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