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Boyce Luther Gulley, Mystery Castle

Boyce Luther Gulley (1883-1945)

Phoenix, Arizona
Charles W. Gregory, Wonder Tower

Charles W. Gregory

Genoa, Colorado
Josep Sala i Prat, Granja La Riviera [“The River” Farm]

Josep Sala i Prat (b.1928)

Borrassà, Spain
Mathias Wernerus, Holy Ghost Park, popularly known as The Dickeyville Grotto

Mathias Wernerus (1873 – 1931)

Dickeyville, Wisconsin
Gerald Finot, Le jardin des deux mondes (Garden of the two worlds)

Gerald Finot (b. 1954)

Quatre-Champs, France
Félix Sanpériz Gistau, La Casa de Cristál (The Glass House)

Félix Sanpériz Gistau (ca. 1933-ca. 2009)

Spain
Margaret’s Grocery and Market

Reverend Harmon D. Dennis (March 25, 1916 – September 6, 2011) and Margaret Dennis (February 8, 1916 – October 7, 2009)

Vicksburg, Mississippi
Giovanni Cammarata, La Casa del Cavaliere (The House of the Knight)

Giovanni Cammarata (1914-2002)

Messina, Italy
Alpo's Savannah

Alpo Koivumäki (born 1939)

Kauhajoki, Finland
Vojtech Kopic, Kopicova skalni galerie (Kopic's sculpted rocks)

Vojtech Kopic (1909-1978

Kacanovy, Czech Republic
Filippo Bentivegna, Castello Incantado [Enchanted Castle]

Filippo Bentivegna (1888-1967)

Sciacca, Italy
John Batiste Le Page, Causland Park

John Batiste Le Page (1857-1939)

Anacortes, Washington
Didier Lobert de Bouillon Viéville, Donjon (Dungeon)

Didier Lobert de Bouillon Viéville (b. August 13, 1934)

Saint-Germain-sur-Avre, France
Emanuele "Litto" Damonte, Litto’s Place (Hub Cap Ranch)

Emanuele "Litto" Damonte (1892-1985)

St Helena, California
José Prades Ceuma

José Prades Ceuma (1938 - 2006)

Gandesa, Spain
Ardell Scartaccini, New Mexico Glass Garden

Ardell Scartaccini (b. 1927) / Fabrizio (b. 1962) and Linda (b. 1961)

Sandia Park, New Mexico
Emilio Pérez García

Emilio Pérez García (August 8, 1927 - November 15, 2011)

Calzadilla, Spain
Julio Basanta, Casa de Dios (House of God)

Julio Basanta (b. 1933)

Épila, Spain
Eddie Boros, The Garbage Can or The Toy Tower

Eddie Boros (1931-2007)

New York, New York
Howard McDaniel, Life of Christ Museum and Coal Chapel

Howard McDaniel (b. 1932)

Tygart, West Virginia
Elias F. Stenman, The Paper House

Elias F. Stenman (? – 1942)

Rockport, Massachusetts
Henry Warren, Shangri-La (a.k.a White Rock Village)

Henry Warren (1883-1978)

Black Mountain, North Carolina
John Medica, Castles and Garden

John Medica

Santa Rosa, California
John Orgon, Scott Pterodactyl, and Homemade Parachutes Productions, Art House

John Orgon, Scott Pterodactyl, and Homemade Parachutes Productions

New Orleans, Louisiana
Buddy Rogers, Hollywood

Buddy Rogers

Highlands, New Jersey
Prum, Skinny Girl TV Repair, aka Prum’s TV Clinic

Prum (b. ca. 1950)

Tempe, Arizona
Gerard van Lankveld, Monera Carkos Vlado

Gerard van Lankveld (b. 1947)

Gemert, The Netherlands
Emeryville Mud Flats (AKA Driftwood sculptures - Tidal Flats)

Oakland, California
Robert Vasseur, “La Maison de vaiselle cassé” (“The broken crockery house”)

Robert Vasseur (1908-2002)

Louviers, France
Tressa ‘Grandma’ Prisbrey, Bottle Village

Tressa ‘Grandma’ Prisbrey (1896-1984)

Simi Valley, California
William Clark, Junk Yard Robots

William “Robot Man” Clark (b. 1956)

Buena, New Jersey
Marcel Dhièvre, Au Petit Paris (Little Paris)

Marcel Dhièvre (1898-1977)

Saint-Dizier, France
Veijo Rönkkönen

Veijo Rönkkönen (1944-2010)

Parikkala, Finland
George Phar Legler, Valley of the Moon

George Phar Legler (1885-?)

Tucson, Arizona
Longino Ayuso Illán, Arroyolugar (The Place of the Streams)

Longino Ayuso Illán (1922 –1990)

La Iglesuela, Spain
Elis Sinistö, Villa Mehu (Villa Juice)

Elis Sinistö (1912–2004)

Helsinki, Finland
Richard Richardson, Three Sisters Sanctuary

Richard Richardson (b. 1948)

Goshen, Massachusetts
Irene Gibson Hall, Garden

Irene Gibson Hall

Eufaula, Oklahoma
Jesse "Outlaw" Howard, Sorehead Hill

Jesse ‘Outlaw’ Howard (1885-1983)

West Fulton, Missouri
Cathérine Moreno, "Le musée de l'artiste"  (The Artist's Museum)

Cathérine Moreno (b. 1970)

Vic-Fezensac, France

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