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3D Folklore - Cassadaga's Devil's Chair 3D Model
Devil’s chairs are a feature of folklore in the US and beyond. These two models were created with photogrammetry exactly two years apart. The first documentation, in 2017 recorded a fairly clean site. By 2019 numerous objects associated with ‘ritual’ activity had appeared. These models are part of a larger project to document Florida folklore.
Devil’s chairs are memorial sculptures, created by family members for visiting the graves of loved ones. These chairs were part of a larger Victorian (~1890s) tradition that turned cemeteries into public spaces. Variants of them are associated with all sorts of urban legends and folklore. This particularly chair is located in Cassadaga, Florida.