The National Cathedral in Washington D.C. sports a gargoyle of Darth Vader. Sculpted by Jay Hall Carpenter and carved by Patrick J. Plunkett, it’s the design of Christopher Rader of Kearney, Nebraska. Rader’s rendition of Vader was the third place winner of a children’s competition sponsored by the National Geographic World Magazine. Here’s the Proof.
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Okay, I absolutely love this – now I know what I’m doing next time I’m in the city!
No way! Really?
Of course it’s true. See the “True” and “fact” tags at the bottom?