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Fans of 1990-91 TV sensation Twin Peaks still visit the show's "Double R Diner" for its cherry pie and damn fine cup of coffee.
Learn about how this Manhattan Project boom town once produced plutonium for atomic bombs, then buy an Atomic Marble as a souvenir.
Sixty-five-foot tall chain saw sculpture commemorates a 1988 high school football rematch -- played fifty years after the first game by the same participants.
A large gift shop that's home to Jake the Alligator Man and other unique, random exhibits.
The goofy Yard Birds are cartoon mascot leftovers of a defunct chain store.
Novelty item catalog store is also a museum of the weird.
Collection of autos, amassed by a former garbageman, includes the Flintstonemobile from the 1994 movie.
Packed with gizmos and relics, including one the world's two oldest light bulbs. In the Lightning Cage, tourists can sit while being bombarded with electric bolts from a Tesla Coil.
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