Second: I thought "maybe he wore it ironically." So I did reading. No. Matter of fact, I get the feeling that he's a poser. Whatever though, he created himself some sort of empire in Connecticut and we'll see what happens to all that litigation now that he's gone.
That sucks to hear. These types of things are hard to keep going without the driving personality behind them.
It was a very cool looking place though, and it's fun to think about what almost was. Maybe someday it will inspire someone else. I know I think about turning my house into a giant dark ride all the time, partially thanks to this thread.
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