15 OF THE MOST BIZARRE STATE LANDMARKS IN AMERICA
The land of the free and the home of the brave is also home to a lot of weirdness. Across the nation, many states have some truly strange landmarks that are just plain wacky. Have you seen any of these on your road trips?
This strange blue mustang statue greets people at the Denver International Airport. With glowing eyes and a height of 32 feet, it's more creepy than amazing.
This outlandish statue at Gulfstream Park depicts the winged horse Pegasus killing a dragon.
The American version of Stonehenge, called the Georgia Guidestones, consists of a big grouping of granite slabs. It lacks the mystery and appeal of the real Stonehenge, however.
This two-story outhouse in central Illinois shows American innovation at its best!
Mentone, Indiana, boasts the world's largest egg, dubbing themselves the "Egg Basket of the Midwest."
The world's largest souvenir plate is located in Lucas, Kansas, and it definitely wouldn't fit hanging on a wall.
The courthouse in Lafayette, Louisiana, has this striking statue outside of it, which represents the idea of blind justice. Either that or the statue is dressed like a ninja turtle.
The Desert of Maine is definitely a crazy sight to behold, seeing as it's an actual 40 acre stretch of desert in an actual New England state, two things that usually don't mix.
Victor Graphics in Baltimore has a huge fiberglass pineapple on its roof!
A statue of famous "Bewitched" actress Elizabeth Montgomery seems like a great addition to any town. The irony? It's located in Salem, Massachusetts, where many women were infamously accused of witchcraft and persecuted centuries earlier.
The "Kaiser Paul" statue of Paul Bunyan stands outside Alpena Community College. If he looks like a misshapen Iron Man to you, it's because he's made entirely of old car parts.
This ear-of-corn water tower in Rochester, Minnesota, will have you craving summer BBQ food all year long.
Next time you're in Atlantic City, be sure to say hi to Lucy the odd looking elephant.
These huge pheasants along the Enchanted Highway in North Dakota are truly whimsical!
This giant water tower in Gaffney, South Carolina, is just peachy! And kind of looks like a butt
What to say about the Lady in the Lake sculpture, other than good luck wanting to ever go swimming anywhere again?