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May 28, 2015


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Barbara Duke Sams

I visited the castle about 7 years ago. It was fascinating. I work for public broadcasting in Indiana and thought the story of the Cooke's would make a fascinating documentary.

Dominique King

Thanks for stopping by, Barbara. I knew I wanted to know more about the "castle" when I first saw it and was amazed to find a pretty good wealth of material about it online. Wish it was more readily available for public tours.

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