OMG. I am the one who came up with constructing the Wall of Wrong. We were at camp Sick and Wrong that year in between a camp with Industrial Fire equipment and a camp that played techno pretty much 24/7. I remember the most fun was watching people's faces as they gazed into the Wall of Wrong. Many would ask why I thought a particular picture was wrong and I would reply that someone probably thinks it is wrong. I'm not sure if all of them accepted that as a good answer. The wall became exceedingly wrong after a rainstorm caused the ink to run on all the inkjet printouts I had. It was a lot of fun.
And then I see this forum after doing a google search.
I couldn't have been happier to see the true spirit of wrong alive and strong today. I almost wept. But I didn't because that would be wrong.