We encountered and determined the cause of a temporal anomaly in the quaint Victorian downtown of Van Buren, Arkansas. The courthouse clock tower displays two times, only one of which is correct. As constant investigators of such phenomena, we traced the source of the problem almost immediately. Directly below the clock face that announced the wrong time, and next to the 1820 schoolhouse where the prominent Freemason Albert Pike first taught, there is a sundial with a broken pointer. That is the cause of the clock tower's divergence, magnified by the sundial's proximity to one of the oldest standing buildings in Arkansas. Though the cause is simple enough, great mysteries yet abound, for the nature of time itself is shrouded. And what, perchance, do the Freemasons have to do with this particular enigma?