A Mystery Solved!

Maybe I should turn this into a podcast topic. I finally hit upon the right phrases in Google to learn more about a mysterious stone wall with Gothic arches on the border of Rosemount and Inver Grove Heights. Its site now lies under a bridge, and I always regretted that I didn't snap a few pictures of it before it went.

Here's the story: The Rake: Features : The Ruin

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Norman Larson said…
Fascinating story, Eric!
emlarson said…
The story that The Rake magazine did in 2005 is now archived at:

http://archives.secretsofthecity.com/magazine/reporting/features/ruin

"A religious organization, the Outdoor Scripture Sign Crusade, had erected the shrine. Between the two arches and affixed to the stone base had been a wooden sign that was sixteen feet high and sixty-five feet long. It read, in huge letters trimmed with Persian orange paint, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved.”"

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