E.T. Wickham (1883-1970) lived in Palmyra, Tennessee. In the 50’s he began making religious sculptures to put around his farm. His sculptures were made out of concrete and a collection of materials from around his home. He then began to put his sculptures closer to the road to show his larger than life depictions of prominent figures like JFK, Andrew Jackson, and Austin Peay (the governor the nearby university was named after.)
He continued to make his sculptures until his death. Some pieces were moved to Austin Peay University to preserve them. What remains of the others are along the road showing signs of aging and some vandalism. Head and horns are missing, but enough is left to show the grandeur of Enoch’s vision.