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Coconut Man: August Engelhardt Founded a Cult Based on His Favorite Fruit

Coconut Man: August Engelhardt Founded a Cult Based on His Favorite Fruit

HowStuffWorks tells the tragic story of August Engelhardt who was nuts for coconuts. He founded a cult based on the fruit and worshipping the sun.


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