10 edition of Weird Arizona (Weird) found in the catalog.
October 1, 2007
Written in English
|Contributions||Mark Moran (Foreword), Mark Sceurman (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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America is a strange place. After driving your th or th mile, you tend to go a little crazy. We’ve broken the monotony of more than 4 million miles of plain road with some truly weird roadside attractions. Map out the perfect road trip using this huge list of the most absurd, zany, and downright fascinating American roadside attractions. Every American president since Herbert Hoover has stayed at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa in Phoenix, except for President Obama. Mine Inspector is an elected government position in Arizona. The Apache Trout Fish is only found in Arizona. The roof of the Capitol building of Arizona has a copper roof equivalent to Author: Kristin Norton.
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I live in Arizona and this is a very fun book full of good ideas for weird places to visit. However, I wish the authors would categorize the places by location, rather than by topic, or at the very least include some sort of map with a key/5. That’s just the beginning of the weird—and fun—side of the state, the side you won’t hear about in most guidebooks.
Below you will find links to some of the weirdest stories from Arizona, but remember, the tales on this website are only the tip of the iceberg. To get the full weirdness we recommend you buy Weird Arizona the book. Weird Arizona book Weird Oklahoma: Your Travel Guide to Oklahoma's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets Hardcover – June 7, This is Wesley Treat's third book in the series, following Weird Texas and Weird Arizona.
He currently lives in Dallas, Texas. Visit him online at the Roadside Resort (). Product details/5(34). The book was divided up in similar sections, but articles were more Weird Arizona book in the Weird New Jersey. This old style of having quick little blurbs were kind-of nice.
This is one of the better written "Weird" books out of the whole series/5. Discover hidden attractions, cool sights, and unusual things to do in Arizona from The Wave to Corona Satellite Calibration Targets.
Most of Arizona remains unspoiled, uninhabited America. Welluninhabited by humans, at least. Reports abound of such creatures as flying dinosaurs, goblins, shape shifters, and vicious bloodsuckers.
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Hourly Update. Inspired by Business Insider's map of the most famous book from every state, we put together our own list of 10 books every Arizonan should read, or at least have on the nightstand. We can get. Get this from a library. Weird Arizona: your travel guide to Arizona's local legends and best kept secrets.
[Wesley Treat; Mark Moran; Mark Sceurman] -- Some of the local legends and best kept secrets in Arizona. Buy a cheap copy of Weird Arizona (Weird) book by Wesley Treat. - Sterling - 1st Edition - Weird Arizona - By Wesley Treat - Hardcover - With Dust Jacket - Your Travel Guide to arizona's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets Free shipping over $/5(4).
Weird Arizona. likes. CommunityFollowers: Weird U.S. is a reality television series, and book of the same name, on The History Channel starring Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman, founders of the magazine Weird NJ, as they hunt the United States looking for weird history, hauntings, and legends because, as they say, "history is full of weirdos." It is produced by Kralyevich is also a series of paranormal travel Original network: The History Channel.
Spider Rock Canyon de Chelly National Monument, located in the northeast corner of the state, is one of Arizona's lesser known destinations, but one of its most dramatic and inspiring.
Though much smaller than the Grand Canyon, visitors often say it can be just as spectacular with its extraordinary ruins and breathtaking features. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Weird: Weird Arizona: Your Travel Guide to Arizona's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets 1 by Wesley Treat (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products!5/5(4). Such is the case with Weird Arizona. As a native Arizonan, there is a lot here that I've heard before, a lot that is familiar, and there is a lot that is new. That is exactly what I was expecting, and I was enjoying the book very much as the author (or authors, because there seem to be quite a few extra bylines in the text) had a nice way of 3/5(1).
Here Are The 11 Weirdest Places You Can Possibly Go In Arizona. When it comes to exploring Arizona, most people tend to go straight for all the popular, mainstream attractions. It’s not hard to see why; these places are picturesque, alluring and : Monica Spencer.
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With a violent and deadly Wild West past, Arizona has plenty of mystery lingering in every wash and canyon, whether it’s odd supernatural events or infamous murders. Here is a short list of mysteries that are still on the minds of many : Monica Spencer.
Arizona’s a pretty weird place. From a thousand-pound statue of a hobo to a compound of concrete dinos, these 14 things make it exponentially weirder. Whether you’re a lifelong AZ native Author: Lauren Topor. Weird Arizona: Wesley Treat: Hardcover: United States - West - Mountain (AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, UT, bookBrand: Sterling.
Changing Hands Bookstore is proud to partner with The Arizona Republic for their monthly "Republic Recommends" selections. February's pick: Weird Arizona by Wesley Treat. Weird Arizona by Wesley Treat Wesley Treat isn't saying the Grand Canyon isn't a great place to visit.
But you haven't really seen Arizona until you've strolled through the jaws of a rattlesnake on .It's just one of the many strange laws still on the books in our state.
Did you know you can get sent to prison for cutting down a cactus in Arizona? It's just one of the many strange laws still on the books in our state. ONLY ON KOLD: Strange laws still on the books in Arizona. Novem at PM MST - Updated June 28 at PM.In Arizona you can feed carrots to feral donkeys, or stop by the Frontier Relics Museum and examine smoked snake carcasses.
You can sleep in a wigwam, or visit the abandoned Vulture Mine, if you don’t mind the vultures circling overhead. Read all about Weird Arizona in this state entry in the best-selling Weird U.S. series.