Charleston Civic Center. Check to see if any music is playing- might be able to find a good show. Or at least see this beautiful building

Charleston Civic Center. Check to see if any music is playing- might be able to find a good show. Or at least see this beautiful building

Palace of Gold at New Vrindaban, in Moundsville, WV. Chris said this place was highly adorned

Palace of Gold at New Vrindaban, in Moundsville, WV. Chris said this place was highly adorned

Empathy Museum, Walk A Mile In My Shoes.  Empathy: A Handbook for Revolution

Empathy Museum, Walk A Mile In My Shoes. Empathy: A Handbook for Revolution

This is my style all the way. (pink house & Santa Barbara cactus monsters)

Santa Barbara Bound

This is my style all the way. (pink house & Santa Barbara cactus monsters)

Micropia, a museum dedicated to microbes in the Netherlands.

Micropia, a museum dedicated to microbes in the Netherlands.

Google Image Result for http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y239/limecrime/expeditions/redsquare.jpg

Google Image Result for http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y239/limecrime/expeditions/redsquare.jpg

Mothman Statue Point Pleasant, West Virginia   Mothman arrived in Point Pleasant in November 1966 in classic style, scaring couples in parked cars. His most memorable features were his ten-foot batlike wings and his huge, red, glowing eyes.  Some say he is a harbinger of disaster, others the product of a Native American Curse, while still others think he comes from another dimension.  For more on Mothman, see Chapter 33 of Dixie Spirits: http://www.sourcebooks.com/store/dixie-spirits.html

Mothman Statue Point Pleasant, West Virginia Mothman arrived in Point Pleasant in November 1966 in classic style, scaring couples in parked cars. His most memorable features were his ten-foot batlike wings and his huge, red, glowing eyes. Some say he is a harbinger of disaster, others the product of a Native American Curse, while still others think he comes from another dimension. For more on Mothman, see Chapter 33 of Dixie Spirits: http://www.sourcebooks.com/store/dixie-spirits.html

Lucy the Elephant - Margate City, NJ. Victorian speculator James V. Lafferty, who hit upon the idea of driving up interest in beachfront property he owned by constructing 'Lucy,' a building shaped like an elephant. Though 'zoomorphic architecture' failed to take off, Lucy became a popular tourist attraction, her belly serving variously as a restaurant, summer home and speakeasy.

Top 50 American Roadside Attractions

Lucy the Elephant - Margate City, NJ. Victorian speculator James V. Lafferty, who hit upon the idea of driving up interest in beachfront property he owned by constructing 'Lucy,' a building shaped like an elephant. Though 'zoomorphic architecture' failed to take off, Lucy became a popular tourist attraction, her belly serving variously as a restaurant, summer home and speakeasy.

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