In which John has sent us on a mission to research the random ruins in an Indianapolis park.
These ruins were built by a 19th century architect named Karl Bitter. Bitter designed the facade of the St. Paul building, which was torn down. the facade included three statues, "the Races of Man." The building's owners held a competition between U.S. cities to determine the statues new home. Indianapolis offered up the Holiday Park, and in turn it won. Holiday Park received the statues that were valued at 150,000 at the time.