Published on Apr 7, 2017
Robert B. Stacy Judd, born in 1884, was an English architect and Mayan civilization enthusiast. He is notable for designing Mayan Revival architecture building, the Aztec Hotel, built in 1924 on the U.S. Route 66 in Monrovia, Southern California.
He was also an explorer and a writer with many writings to his credit. Architecture, especially Mayan architecture, was the major subject of writings. One of his undated writings titled The Hermit of Loltun narrates his encounter with a mysterious hermit when he and his guides were hopelessly lost in the depths of Loltun caves.
The encounter was also later covered by Modesto News-Herald on January 3, 1931, in an article titled Mystery of the Loltun Cave Hermit.
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