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One of America's oddest celebrities is Phineas P. Gage, who had a metal rod blown through his head and lived to get cranky about it.
John P. Bowman's extravagant 19th century mausoleum, eternally attended by himself as a marble mourning man.
Gracefully decaying collection of giant, German Expressionist puppets in an old barn..
Stone carvers of the "Granite Capital of the World" have left their mark on a local burial ground.
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Offbeat Landmarks and Oddities
Choice field reports and tips. Also see: Complete list of Vermont attractions.
- Barre: Granite Monuments of Hope Cemetery
- Barre: Rock of Ages, World's Largest Granite Quarry [tips]
- Bristol: Lord's Prayer Rock
- Brookfield: Floating bridge [tips]
- Burlington: Ben & Jerry's First Store plaque
- Burlington: Champy Lake Monster Memorial [tips]
- Burlington: Whale's Tales [tips]
- Burlington: World's Tallest File Cabinet [tips]
- Cavendish: Phineas Gage Memorial
- Cuttingsville: Mourning Marble Man
- Glover: Bread and Puppet Museum
- Leicester (Brandon): Queen Connie - Gorilla holding VW [tips]
- Middlebury: Dog Catching Frisbee Memorial
- Middlebury: Sheldon Museum
- Pittsford: New England Maple Syrup Museum
- Rutland: Rutland County Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- St. Johnsbury: The Dog Chapel
- St. Johnsbury: Bug Art, Fairbanks Museum
- Shelburne: Shelburne Museum
- South Royalton: Joseph Smith Birthplace
- Wallingford: Boy with the Boot
- West Dover: Happy Bee
- Waterbury: Ben & Jerry's Flavor Graveyard and factory tour [tips]
- Williamstown: Knight's Spider Web Farm
- Woodbury: Drive under a barn [tips]