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Bizzare places to visit in the US
Lopinator
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Bizzare places to visit in the US
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Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard — Waterbury, Vermont

Carhenge — Alliance, Nebraska

Time Travel Mart — Los Angeles, California

Vent Haven Museum — Fort Mitchell, Kentucky


Bizzare and down right wtf

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11-29-2021 06:58 PM

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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
"At the Mütter Museum in Philly you can see the tumor from President Grover Cleveland's jaw, the skeleton of a very tall man, and the fused bones of Harry Eastlack, a man who died of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, a rare disorder where tissues (like tendons and ligaments) gradually turn to bone and make the body immobile. The real showstopper, though, is the brain of Albert Einstein, which is laid out in slivers."

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silversides staff
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11-29-2021 07:01 PM

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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Agricultural Crash Monument, Norway, Illinois
https://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2093

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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
I just heard of this place and I want to go so bad.

They serve incredible food and have a few of the best Rollercoasters

Holiday World Theme Park
in Indiana. Where every day is Thanksgiving

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/inside-h...03418.html
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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Lopinator  Wrote: (11-29-2021 06:45 PM)
https://www.buzzfeed.com/eviecarrick/uni...o-visit-us

Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard — Waterbury, Vermont

Carhenge — Alliance, Nebraska

Time Travel Mart — Los Angeles, California

Vent Haven Museum — Fort Mitchell, Kentucky


Bizzare and down right wtf

You yanks are bizzare anyway, an andearing quality.

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Lopinator
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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Bicnarok  Wrote: (11-29-2021 08:04 PM)
Lopinator  Wrote: (11-29-2021 06:45 PM)
https://www.buzzfeed.com/eviecarrick/uni...o-visit-us

Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard — Waterbury, Vermont

Carhenge — Alliance, Nebraska

Time Travel Mart — Los Angeles, California

Vent Haven Museum — Fort Mitchell, Kentucky


Bizzare and down right wtf

You yanks are bizzare anyway, an andearing quality.

I am British the Confeds will not be happy down south I tell ya

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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Lopinator  Wrote: (11-29-2021 06:45 PM)
https://www.buzzfeed.com/eviecarrick/uni...o-visit-us

Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard — Waterbury, Vermont

Carhenge — Alliance, Nebraska

Time Travel Mart — Los Angeles, California

Vent Haven Museum — Fort Mitchell, Kentucky


Bizzare and down right wtf


Yo check out obscura.com. Most of these on your list can be found there and there are even more
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silversides staff
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11-29-2021 08:35 PM

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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Haymarket Martyrs' Monument - Joe Hill 100 tour stop.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OQsv1I8VuM

The Haymarket Martyrs' Monument is a funeral monument sculpture located at Forest Home Cemetery in Forest Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Dedicated in 1893, it commemorates the defendants involved in the labor unrest and bombing related to the Haymarket Affair (1886). On February 18, 1997, it was designated a National Landmark.

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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Bicnarok  Wrote: (11-29-2021 08:04 PM)
Lopinator  Wrote: (11-29-2021 06:45 PM)
https://www.buzzfeed.com/eviecarrick/uni...o-visit-us

Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard — Waterbury, Vermont

Carhenge — Alliance, Nebraska

Time Travel Mart — Los Angeles, California

Vent Haven Museum — Fort Mitchell, Kentucky


Bizzare and down right wtf

You yanks are bizzare anyway, an andearing quality.

Tkmgjacr tourist attractions attract wealthy foreigners more than americans.
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The M65 Atomic Cannon - Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fA9uSr8box8

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The 280 MM Gun At The Nevada Proving Ground




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9F-l_3eLcE&t=0s

Courtesy National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office

The 280 MM Gun at the Nevada Proving Ground

The first artillery test was on May 25, 1953 at the Nevada Test Site. Fired as part of Operation Upshot-Knothole and codenamed Shot GRABLE, a 280 mm (11 inch) shell with a gun-type fission warhead was fired 10,000 m (6.2 miles) and detonated 160 m (525 ft) above the ground with an estimated yield of 15 kilotons. This was the only nuclear artillery shell ever actually fired in the US test program. The shell was 1384 mm (4.5 ft) long and weighed 365 kg (805 lb); it was fired from a special artillery piece, nicknamed "Atomic Annie", built by the Artillery Test Unit of Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Around 3,200 personnel were present. The warhead was designated the W9 and 80 were produced from 1952-53 for the T-124 shell. It was retired in 1957.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_artillery

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Laserz
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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
We went to Dollywood right before Thanksgiving to see the Christmas lights.

It was a nice family park with rides and entertainment, but it seems odd that she would name an amusement park after herself.

The Christmas lights were beautiful and the food was great!



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Laserz
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11-29-2021 09:42 PM

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Merry Christmas from the bizarre place of Dollywood.

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McDonald’s Big Mac Museum, Pennsylvania, USA

Ever wondered about the origins of your Big Mac? No, neither have we – but in case you do want to know where it all began, there’s a museum just for you.

The Big Mac Museum in Pennsylvania was founded by Jim Delligatti, the franchisee who opened Western Pennsylvania’s first McDonald’s restaurant. He also created the Big Mac, an item which first went on sale in his restaurant in 1967, with a price tag of just 45 cents.

Visitors can learn all about the brand’s history and browse the collection of McDonald’s memorabilia, which includes the world’s largest (albeit plastic) Big Mac.

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Laserz  Wrote: (11-29-2021 09:42 PM)
Merry Christmas from the bizarre place of Dollywood.

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Cool, I had no idea that Dolly Parton had a theme park

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Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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The Fremont Troll(Seattle Fremont Neighborhood)

https://fremont.com/explore/sights/troll/

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That's a real VW beetle(or super-beetle) under its left hand.(To give it scale)
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