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While in Maryland, you might enjoy a visit to:
American saint entombed in an altar, but not on display. "Walk Meditatively," instructs the brochure.
Mummies, human body parts, two-headed animal freaks -- this place has it all, in a collection of bizarre, exotic, and possibly phony oddities and anomalies. Closed in 2007, collection auctioned off.
For those who don't want to leave the comforts of urban life to see the kind of art that crazy, loner farmers make in the outlands.
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.
He looks as if he's been nearly-buried in sand by busy, bratty kids while asleep on the beach -- and he's not happy about it.
Have someone take your picture in front of the clearly-labeled Boring post office or Boring Methodist church.
Train robberies, gun fights and can-can shows occur daily in the Wild West of coastal Atlantic Maryland.
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