The Project's tour of the damned continues with #9 on our list, Cobbs Creek's St. Cyprian
Why They're Here:
Yes, I know it's another case of Tabula Rasa, and if better cared for, a 1924 columned, cruciform Italian-Renaissance church would be a thing of beauty. Sorry, can't go by what-used-to-bes. It's bad.
Why They're Not Lower:
Well, good stained glass art is always appreciated. But mostly, it's the respectable stone exterior, nifty red-tile roof and prominent tower--which, fun fact, was constructed as a big %!$@ you to the KKK, who burned a cross on the parish's property.
That's some nice moxie there, but moxie, sadly, doesn't pay for church upkeep.