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Alma calls itself "Spinach Capital of the World" and holds a spinach festival every April. The more mutant of its two Popeye statues was retired from the town's main street, but can be found inside a gift shop.
Over the years, the town's black raven statue had been torched twice by vandals. Nevermore! The current model is more impervious to morons, standing on a small plaza flanked by an Arkansas and an American flag.
In addition to its great name, Cosmic Cavern has blind fish in its two advertised "bottomless" underground lakes.
Cryptic symbols chiseled in stone, left perhaps by Vikings, who must've turned left instead of right at the iceberg.
Live wild turkeys are dropped from planes at the annual Turkey Trot, but the town officially has nothing to do with it....
Once ubiquitous novelty gift, the motion-activated singing fish trophies have been abandoned by the hundreds to Billy Bass Adoption Centers. This restaurant claims to be the first.
The famous half-man, half-fish has ruled from his humid perch in an outbuilding since the Alligator Farm first opened.
A tourism mainstay in downtown Hot Springs, the museum is a well-preserved time capsule of great old wax figures you can't see anywhere else.
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