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America's Stonehenge

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This was originally named Mystery Hill in 1937 by then-owner William Goodwin and the purposefully placed stones have confounded tourists for the better part of the 20th century. In 1956, the property was purchased by the Stone family and thus became known as America's Stonehenge. It became a tourist attraction where people paid a fee to visit. Even though some have claimed the stones to be ancient, science cannot substantiate it. Many archaeologists believe that the site is a hoax perpetrated by William Goodwin. Whatever the case might be, the site continues to draw visitors every year.