Have you every heard of the ruins of President Park?

The Ruins of Presidents Park is a collection of 20-foot-tall busts of 42 U.S. presidents.

The giant concrete heads weigh between 17,000 and 22,000 pounds, and were sculpted in great detail. They were saved from destruction when the Presidents Park went bankrupt in 2010. The contractor responsible for demolishing them took it upon himself to save the heads and transported them to his property with the hope of one day putting them on display again and making them available to the public.

The busts sit side-by-side in the middle of a field and are not officially open to the public. Fortunately, a local photographer offers occasional tours and photo opportunities of this unique collection of American history.

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