Weird American roadside attractions you have to see to believe

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Tourist visit Cadillac Ranch west of Amarillo, Texas, Sunday June 22, 2003. The vehicles were painted black in honor of architect and artist Doug Michels, 59, who died June 12. Michels was a founding member of Ant Farm, the radical art and design collective that designed and installed Cadillac Ranch in 1974 for Amarillo businessman and art patron Stanley Marsh 3. (AP Photo/Amarillo Globe-News, Steven Dearinger)

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Are you ready to take a road trip? is the online guide to offbeat tourist attractions. The gurus at Roadside America have spent decades exploring the weird, amusing wonders of America’s highways. Doug Kirby, Publisher for, joins Rollye James to talk about all the unusual and quirky roadside attractions across the USA!

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Rollye James hosts overnights on WGN Radio, Mondays through Thursdays, 10pm to 1am/CT where she is openly candid about her decidedly off-kilter views and fascination with off-the-wall conspiracies. As a confirmed late-night person who “gets up at the crack of noon”, James’ quirky take on almost everything creates a natural bond with the after-dark listeners, no matter where they are. (Click for more.)
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