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House of David founder Benjamin Purnell is seen standing with his followers outside of the House of David ice cream shop in Benton Harbor in a photo on display at the House of David Museum in St. BENTON HARBOR — Their members weren’t allowed to have sex.No meat, no alcohol, no tobacco and no personal property, either.
They always told me it was a means to an end, to get them to tomorrow, ‘cause tomorrow was when paradise was coming.' ”For years, they had their own zoo and amusement park, their own electricity plant, their own hospital, their own schools, and dozens of their own businesses.If anything, it’s celebrated and promoted, and remnants of its past are being preserved or brought back to life by locals who were never even members. "People once asked me what would happen if it comes to an end.I said I would go on living the same way with or without people, because it's what I believe," said Ron Taylor, one of the last surviving members of Mary's City of David.Welcome to where the most insanely hot girls get naked just for you. Thousands of sex videos covering every XXX you could ever want, with fresh new content updated daily. Big tit amateur nudes explore their sexuality with massive cocks like it's their last day on earth! We've got mature pornstars who have been in the adult business for ages and can handle the biggest dicks in every juicy hole.Wet pussy, tight assholes, sloppy deep throat blowjobs, pick your pleasure!You got a couple of generations of people that really don't know about it except through stories of their grandparents or parents, or if they know history or if they follow baseball or something," said Debbie Boyersmith, a volunteer at Eden Springs Park in Benton Harbor.
An original steam engine sits in a garage at Eden Springs Park, which was the former amusement park owned by the House of David on Tuesday Oct. The engine was given the name because the founder of the House of David, Benjamin Purnell, called himself the seventh messenger of God. But, you know, a good cult.”Benjamin Purnell was a twice-married former broom maker and traveling preacher from Kentucky who one day declared himself the seventh and final messenger of God, as foretold in the Book of Revelation.
There are only a few members left now, keeping to themselves, waiting for the imminent day when Jesus returns and establishes his kingdom along Lake Michigan. Years after it disappeared from the public eye, the House of David still has an impact on Benton Harbor.
Despite this controversial past, Benton Harbor doesn’t shy away from the group’s history. A photo of women bowling at the House of David is displayed at the House of David Museum in St. The House of David invented the automatic pin-setter for bowling in 1909, and later sold the patent to Brunswick.
He promised eternal life for those who joined his group and obeyed these rules.
A thousand people came to Benton Harbor to follow him.
Half a million tourists came every year to Eden Springs Park, the massive amusement park they operated featuring a bowling alley, a billiards parlor, a movie theater, a jewelry shop, a dance hall, a greenhouse, pony rides, souvenir stands, vaudeville shows and the world’s largest miniature railroad.