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American saint entombed in an altar, but not on display. "Walk Meditatively," instructs the brochure.
There may have been as many as a dozen different dogs that played Petey in the Little Rascals movie serials. This is the grave of the one who gets most of the attention.
Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth are here, but so are wax versions of America's black astronauts and the first African-American to shoot a polar bear.
The heroes of stealth and surveillance are remembered in a public park with several old military airplanes. Nestled between the NSA and the National Cryptologic Museum.
Train robberies, gun fights and can-can shows occur daily in the Wild West of coastal Atlantic Maryland.
Jimmie Foxx may have been as great a baseball slugger as Babe Ruth, but not many people outside of Sudlersville remember him.
Glenn Milstead, aka John Waters film star Divine, rests in the most famous grave in an otherwise sleepy burial ground.
A plaque marks the patch of grass where Washington's politicians maimed and killed each other. Dueling was illegal in DC, so the combatants found a spot just over the border in Maryland.
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