A rustic Georgia landmark that a few moderate Christians scrutinized as evil and others named "America's Stonehenge"
"America's Stonehenge" was obliterated Wednesday after a predawn bombarding transformed one of its four rock boards into rubble.
The Georgia Guidestones landmark close to Elberton was harmed by an unstable gadget
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said, and later wrecked "for security reasons,"
"For security reasons," leaving a heap of rubble in an image that examiners distributed.
Observation film showed a sharp blast blowing one board to rubble soon after 4 a.m.
Examiners likewise delivered video of a silver car departing the landmark.
After earlier defacement, camcorders associated with the area's crisis dispatch focus were positioned at the site
The site, said Elbert Granite Association Executive Vice President Chris Kubas.
The puzzling side of the road fascination was worked in 1980 from neighborhood rock