Many people love Stonehenge and would be excited to have one of their own, could they actually have one though? Yes!
While the real Stonehenge has proven to be quite the mysterious place one retired construction worker tackled the project of making his own without machinery. His name is W.T. Wallington and according to him his backyard Stonehenge was built solely by himself. It proved to be his most challenging task and in this, he had to move concrete blocks that weighed around 1,200 pounds.
He improvised with simple techniques like leveraging the blocks on two pebbles and it apparently worked really well. This kept him from having to do things like breaking the blocks down or buying machinery. He believes that the method in which he used could be a plausible explanation for how the real Stonehenge was constructed.
He has demonstrated his theories many times in front of friends and family and seems to have something really interesting going. He was able to move a 2,400-pound block three hundred feet using this method and even moving a barn! While his theory has not been put to test when it comes to modern day researchers it still seems to be quite an interesting theory.
Please take the time to watch the video below if you want to see Wallington in action. I am in awe! Could the explanation actually be this simple?