Thursday, June 12, 2008

American Ingenuity Solves Ancient Riddle?

Wally is an ordinary-looking guy, but looks can be deceiving. He's a retired construction worker, a grandfather, and a genius. In his spare time, Wally may have solved the riddle of Stonehenge, the Pyramids, Easter Island, and other seemingly impossible feats of ancient man.

Wally Wallington lives in Flint, Michigan. The mystery of sites like Stonehenge fascinated him, so after retiring from the construction trade, Wally decided to try replicating the Druid monument in his backyard.

Using only stone (well, concrete), wood beams, rope, pebbles and ingenuity, Wally has been able to achieve amazing things, all by himself. He does not use any modern machinery or tools, just things that would have been available to people hundreds, even thousands, of years ago. Watch the video to see for yourself what one man with an idea can accomplish.

Mr. Wallington isn't finished yet. Visit his web site, to learn more.

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