Illinois State House Cornerstone with Robert Green Ingersoll's Name Disappears Mysteriously

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The cornerstone of the Illinois State House disappears mysteriously overnight. Some believe that it's because it carries the name of Robert Green Ingersoll, an atheist. Ingersoll was the state's Attorney General when the capitol was built and the cornerstone bore the names of all current state officials.

The presence of the name of a famous atheist has produced numerous protests over the years and, despite weighing three tons, the cornerstone is now gone entirely.

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