Does This Artistic Creation Encourage Healing?

by Evan Miller

When Emery Blagdon died in 1986 at the age of 79, he left behind a curious treasure on his farm outside Stapleton, Nebraska: a veritable rainbow of blinking lights, aluminum foil, twisted wires, sculpted scrap metal, chandeliers and a host of other found objects, all housed in his nondescript, 800-square-foot shed. He called it The Healing Machine. Click through below to learn more about Emery’s fantastical creation.

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