There is a an old saying….”a man’s home is his castle”…meaning it’s a place of refuge, a place where he can do anything he wants. And that is what Boyce Luther Gulley did. Over a 15 year period from 1930 until his death in 1945, he built a “castle”….adding to it piece by piece with whatever he could find…old bottles, tiles, railroad tracks, telephone poles, pieces of adobe, automobile parts and too many more items to mention…and all was cemented together with a mortar & cement made with among other things, goat’s milk.
Situated on eight acres of land on South Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona lies this “Mystery Castle”. Continue reading