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- Brewster, Ohio - Swiss Cow
The cow is no longer in existence. It blew over in a storm, and a passing truck ran over it, giving it a mortal wound. This info came from an employee of the dairy.[Joe Thompson, 04/30/2016]
Brewster Cheese Co.
- Brewster Cheese Co. On the east side of Hwy 93/S. Wabash Ave. just south of 7th St. Set back a little from the road; difficult to see from Wabash Ave.
- April 2016: Reported gone.
Cost is $8.00 per person at the former Dallas courthouse, the Old Red Museum.[Judy, 04/30/2016]
Their exhibits of Texas historical arcana include Clyde Barrow's guns, J.R. "Dallas" Ewing's cowboy hat, and an iconic pair of Spanky (of "The Little Rascals") McFarland's pants.
- Ventura, Iowa - Iowa's Largest Muskie
Gone as of 4/29/2016 -- owner said it was looking "sorry" so they bonfired it last fall.[Tom Burkett, 04/30/2016]
- About a mile east of town. On the north shore of Clear Lake, on the north side of E. Lake St., in the parking lot across the road from Rich's Muskie Lounge.
- July 2015: Reported gone.
- Westonia, Mississippi - Stennisphere - Space Visitors Center
More than 14,000 square feet of interactive exhibits. Stennis Space Center is NASA's facility for rocket propulsion testing. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [04/30/2016]
The monument for the Birthplace of Johnny Cash is gated but not locked.[Jerry L. Baldridge, 04/30/2016]
Country music's legendary Man in Black was born in Kingsland on February 26, 1932.
- Hwy 189, Kingsland, AR
- From US Hwy 79 in town, turn out onto Hwy 189. Drive three blocks. The monument will be on the left, in a fenced-in area just before you reach the church.