Controversy has surrounded the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza in Egypt for more than 4,000 years. How were the massive stones quarried, transported, shaped, and placed by hand almost 2,500 years before Christ? Could it be the mystery that has baffled engineers, scientists, and archaeologists was solved by an eccentric Latvian immigrant in Florida in1923? The Coral Castle, built 1,100 tons of stone, was the work of one man using crude tools. The largest stone weighs 30 tons, which is over three times the size of the heaviest stone found in the ancient pyramids. Without using mortar, the craftsmanship detail is so precise that no light passes between the seams of the stones. This intriguing television program explores the similarities between the construction of the pyramids and the Coral Castle.