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While in West Virginia, you might enjoy a visit to:
Commercial cave. Showroom dummies enliven the tour of this natural nuclear survival bunker. "All our tours are based on Creation using the King James Version of the Bible."
The city owns it and provides a mine car tour of an actual coal seam, led by a veteran miner.
The rivals of the McCoys rest in Sarah Ann, some in surprising splendor.
The steel drivin' man endures the ravages of time (and people) in the West Virginia hills.
Not your standard skinny wimpy alien! Crash-landed locally, inspired terror, and now is celebrated with an annual festival and year-round replica sold in a store packed with cute bears and scented candles.
Andy Griffith's sidekick has a sidewalk star in his home town.
This life-sized fiberglass elephant may remember its original purpose, but no one else seems to.
2,000 year old Adena burial mound created by Indians is the largest; their story is told in the Delf Norona Museum, and the site includes the WV Archaeology Center.
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