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Giant Mark Twain

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Hannibal is where Mark Twain spent his childhood so it is only fitting that a giant statue of this satirist would be erected here. His limbs and body are oddly disproportionate, but charmingly so. Thankfully, a mustache and wild mane of hair indicate who the inspiration is. The artist is Larry Koelling and not much is known about him, but it is thought that he created the statue in the 1980s or '90s.