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While in New Mexico, you might enjoy a visit to:
Where Billy's real grave is located, for purists who aren't satisfied with the fake grave in town.
The chair was occupied by a glamorous lady mannequin when last we checked. Also: a shoe of Robert Wadlow, the World's Tallest Man.
In 1977, Jesus Christ appeared on a Maria Rubio's fried tortilla. The tortilla was in a shrine behind the Rubio house for decades.
Most serious look at UFOs in town. For those who go bug-eyed over little green men and their cracked-up saucers, the truth is in here.
Lovely formations; flat floors; and nice, big, dry rooms. A high-speed elevator and an underground restaurant. It's the tourist cave of your dreams.
Impressive, but reportedly it's sometimes a risky place to visit unless you're in a group.
Also known as "Fridgehenge" -- a full-size Stonehenge made of hundreds of junkyard refrigerators.
The exact spot where the world's first nuclear bomb exploded. Open to the public twice a year.
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