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Eccentric owner of Cadillac Ranch in Texas facing child sex charges

One of ten Cadillac automobiles from the "Cadillac Ranch" art installation is lowered into the ground at its new home near Amarillo, Texas, in this August 21, 1997 file photo. Eccentric Texas oil millionaire Stanley Marsh 3 has been indicted on child molestation charges in Amarillo and was released after posting a bond, according to court records, November 29, 2012. Marsh, 74, who considers the Roman numerals "III" to be pretentious and prefers the suffix "3," is best known as the owner of the iconic Cadillac Ranch, a work of public art featuring 10 brightly painted Cadillac cars buried nose-first in the ground along Interstate 40 in the Texas Panhandle. REUTERS/Stringer/Files

One of ten Cadillac automobiles from the "Cadillac Ranch" art installation is lowered into the ground at its new home near Amarillo, Texas, in this August 21, 1997 file photo. Eccentric Texas oil millionaire Stanley Marsh 3 has been indicted on child...more

One of ten Cadillac automobiles from the "Cadillac Ranch" art installation is lowered into the ground at its new home near Amarillo, Texas, in this August 21, 1997 file photo. Eccentric Texas oil millionaire Stanley Marsh 3 has been indicted on child molestation charges in Amarillo and was released after posting a bond, according to court records, November 29, 2012. Marsh, 74, who considers the Roman numerals "III" to be pretentious and prefers the suffix "3," is best known as the owner of the iconic Cadillac Ranch, a work of public art featuring 10 brightly painted Cadillac cars buried nose-first in the ground along Interstate 40 in the Texas Panhandle. REUTERS/Stringer/Files
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Stanley Marsh 3 is seen in his police booking photo supplied by the Potter County Sheriff's office. Eccentric Texas oil millionaire Marsh has been indicted on child molestation charges in Amarillo and was released after posting a bond, according to court records, November 29, 2012. Marsh, 74, who considers the Roman numerals "III" to be pretentious and prefers the suffix "3," is best known as the owner of the iconic Cadillac Ranch, a work of public art featuring 10 brightly painted Cadillac cars buried nose-first in the ground along Interstate 40 in the Texas Panhandle. REUTERS/Potter County Sheriff/Handout

Stanley Marsh 3 is seen in his police booking photo supplied by the Potter County Sheriff's office. Eccentric Texas oil millionaire Marsh has been indicted on child molestation charges in Amarillo and was released after posting a bond, according to...more

Stanley Marsh 3 is seen in his police booking photo supplied by the Potter County Sheriff's office. Eccentric Texas oil millionaire Marsh has been indicted on child molestation charges in Amarillo and was released after posting a bond, according to court records, November 29, 2012. Marsh, 74, who considers the Roman numerals "III" to be pretentious and prefers the suffix "3," is best known as the owner of the iconic Cadillac Ranch, a work of public art featuring 10 brightly painted Cadillac cars buried nose-first in the ground along Interstate 40 in the Texas Panhandle. REUTERS/Potter County Sheriff/Handout
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