Today’s THE POSTCARD RECREATION PROJECT subject is the Champlin Memorial Masonic Temple. It now houses the Boone Historical Center.
I didn’t look to deep into the history of this building because I watch a lot of History Channel and I don’t want to get on the bad side of the Masons. I know that they are apparently responsible for the New World Order and covering up everything from the Kennedy assassination to flat earth. I don’t want to mysteriously disappear in the middle of the night because I said the wrong thing about them. So these facts should be sufficient:
The Champlin Memorial Masonic Temple was built in 1907.
It housed Mr. Olive Lodge No. 79 until 1990, when they moved to a new, more secretive building.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
It is haunted, obviously, cause who knows what kind of weird rituals this building has housed.
Click on the link below to read about the hauntedness of the building:
Here is a look at the pictures from THE POSTCARD RECREATION PROJECT:
I have found that a key aspect of the “modern interpretation” is the avoidance of power lines, and stop lights, and other signs, as best as one can.
The next time we visit this project, it will be of one of the most beautiful churches in Boone.
This is your reminder that this week’s THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE theme is COLORFUL:
A COLORFUL image is an image of something that is filled with color.
Happy photo harvesting.