Man's Ice Castle Toppled By Cold-Hearted Vandals

Gary Pruit used 700 blocks of ice to create the frozen wonder in his Minnesota front yard.
3:00 | 02/20/14

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Somewhere in Saint Paul, Minnesota there are some cold hearted vandals on the loose. You're looking at the remains of a ten foot tall fifty foot long ice castle painstakingly crafted by Gary Pruitt. Using some 700 blocks of ice over the weekend a couple of kids took a golf club to it. They got away but one left a clue. -- scared one of the kids clean out of his right sneaker -- -- a lot -- about it if I didn't get to scare some -- -- And I everywhere trophy Pruitt says he plans to bronze the sneaker and mounted on a pole in front of his yard. Come next winter Pruitt says he will rebuild but maybe something a little less elaborate.

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