In Ingram, Texas… if you know where to look, you’ll find something there that, by all means, shouldn’t be there.
You’ll find Stonehenge. Not the Stonehenge, but a reproduction of it standing out in front of an art center accompanied by, strangely enough, a few Moa statues.
This is Stonehenge 2, an art installation originally created by Al Shepperd and built with the help of his friend and neighbor, Doug Hill. According to local lore, Stonehenge 2 started out as a patio slab that was turned on its side like a monolith which inspired Shepperd and Hill to create the replica of the famous stone circle.