And in many ways it is: with 214 windows and 85 skylights, when the house is lit up, it dwarfs the nearby lighthouse as the brightest spot on the horizon. built the home in the 1980s, it was an immediate lightning rod.
On an Island filled with luxury houses, it’s among only a handful that people reliably stop in front of to photograph. Neighbors worried that the Vineyard would soon go the way of the Hamptons if houses like it were allowed to proliferate.
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He was married at least twice, fathered a son and daughter, and had several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Throughout his career, Jones found numerous famous mythological artifacts, including the Sankara Stones, the Ark of the Covenant, the Holy Grail, and the Crystal Skull of Akator, which placed him in conflict with different groups across the globe.“Turtles have three natural enemies: the sun, the bulldozer and,” he adds after a little prompting, “The Turtle Man.” Most times The Turtle Man wins, though he’s been bitten 25 times in his 36 years of wrestling reptiles. But, no, he yanks them out, yells that piercing, lingering victory screech and waves his prize above his head. Do they want to go looking for turtles with The Turtle Man? On a hay trailer parked near a silo on an edge of a slimy, stinking pond, as family members marvel around her, Lynn Philpot of Cincinnati wonders aloud: “I hope this is very lucrative because I wouldn’t do it. The turtle, for his part, rails at his own bad luck, snaps wildly at the warrior that has him by the tail and sneers at those few who might applaud the warrior’s luck. Left to right: Ernie Krinklesac, Tim the Bear, Cleveland, Jr., Arianna the Bear, Terry Kimple, Rallo Tubbs, Donna Tubbs, Cleveland Brown, Roberta Tubbs, Federline Jones, Lester Krinklesac, and Holt Richter.Cleveland Brown (voiced by Mike Henry) is the protagonist of the series.The man from Lebanon calls himself, variously, “Kentucky’s best-kept secret” and “the poorest famous guy around.” Mostly, though, he’s just The Turtle Man, known for being paid in gas money to go on his intrepid forays cleaning out Kentucky’s troubled farm ponds plagued by apple-stealing, horse-biting, cow udder-clutching, jaw-snapping turtles. He invented his method: Look “for (air) bubble trails, dive on top of them, and it’s a tug of war from there.” Actually, from there he uses his brains, his biceps and his back as well as his finely tuned sense of where to look, even when underwater with his eyes closed. Somebody in Iraq gave him a shout-out while CNN’s cameras were on.