'Giganticus Headicus' helps Route 66 ...

'Giganticus Headicus' helps Route 66 renaissance

There are 1 comment on the The Kingman Daily Miner story from Apr 9, 2013, titled 'Giganticus Headicus' helps Route 66 renaissance. In it, The Kingman Daily Miner reports that:

That's because he's got one. A really, really big one. It's called Giganticus Headicus, and anyone whose seen it while driving down Route 66 about 18 miles north of Interstate 40 in Kingman has undoubtedly done a double-take. Giganticus Headicus is green, stands 14 feet tall and is essentially a replica of the ancient stone monoliths known as Maoi ... (more)

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Gregg Arnold

Kingman, AZ

#1 Apr 15, 2013
This is the article Doug McMurdo wrote about me and Giganticus Headicus on Route 66 and Antares road. Thanks for picking up this article, I will share it on Facebook right now :) Thanks again I really appreciate it.

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