In case you thought Miami was all about McMansions and 24-hour high-rises, get acquainted with Coral Castle. Built in 1923 by Edward Leedskalnin, a Latvian-American whose Lolita lover had recently jilted him, the place is full of more mystical mystery than Gollum’s middle finger. Some folks surmise Leedskalnin used a bizarre form of science to build the structure by himself; others say he didn’t lift a finger. Either way, dude built a castle with a nine-ton revolving gate that somehow became a magical power spot among those who believe in... More >>>