Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Pig on a Pole

Life-size hog on a pole seems large to people who've never seen a life-size hog.

Crook's Corner

Address:
610 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC
Directions:
Crook's Corner. West edge of the city, on the northeast corner of N. Merritt Mill Rd and W. Franklin St.
Admission:
Free
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Crook's Corner Pig statue.

Crook's Corner Pig

The man who sculpted this masterpiece is a Carrboro resident who is also famous for creating and depositing various large animals all over Carrboro and Chapel Hill, many of which have been stolen.

[Peter Lee, 03/06/2004]

Not all that impressive when pitted against other road hogs, though. See Dothan, Alabama's oinker.


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In the region:
Birth Kitchen of Andrew Johnson, Raleigh, NC - 26 mi.

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