Oddities

Subject Statesort descending City
The Monkey's Paw Bookstore, Home of the Biblio-Mat Toronto
David Bowie worked as a paralegal here. London
David Bowie worked here at 16. London
Scottish Isle Famous for Granite for Curling Stones Islands of the Clyde
Kenny's BBQ - Where Pres. Obama Forgot to Pay for Lunch District Of Columbia Washington
The real American Gothic house. Iowa Eldon
Bar and Toy Train Store All in One - Zientek's, Chicago Illinois Chicago
Kitty Johnson allegedly had a brothel here, 1800s. New Jersey Burlington
Race car buried since 1930s in backyard of home? New Jersey Flemington
Green Top Farm Market - Next to Red Top Farm Market New Jersey Southampton
Oldest Fishing Club in US Owns This Ocean City, NJ, Pier New Jersey Ocean City
Wade's - Salvage Yard Provides Movie Props New Jersey Atco
Beach for Surfers and Nuns New Jersey Stone Harbor
Where the Yankees Get Their Stadium Sod New Jersey Pilesgrove
Brandy (You're A Fine Girl) based on spinster buried in parking lot? New Jersey New Brunswick
Round Valley Reservoir - the "New Jersey Triangle"? New Jersey Lebanon
Philadelphia Eagles get their stadium sod here. New Jersey Hammonton
Jersey Devil Sighting - Ferry Road, Camden New Jersey Camden
Where Dylan Introduced Beatles to Pot - Delmonico Hotel New York New York
Apartment building curves to accommodate Pepsi sign New York Queens
Reclusive artist Leo J. Bates lived here. New York Brooklyn
New York Library Site Was Once A Giant Storage Tank New York New York
Hidden Tunnel Under Owl's Head Park, Brooklyn New York Brooklyn
Round Macy's with Notch in It in New York New York Elmhurst
Who is buried in Grant's Tomb? Surprising answer! New York New York
Wild Turkey Living in Battery Park New York New York
Palette hotel, a "love hotel," was here. New York 10019
500-square-inch property in New York City New York New York
Site of Chinese Theater Gang Violence in 1905 New York New York
Store that specializes in buttons. New York New York
Electronics store is best bait and tackle shop in Brooklyn. New York Brooklyn
E. Buk Art & Antiques was here: Contents of the World New York New York
Apology Corner - near Museum of Natural History, NY New York New York
Bukowski is the most stolen author at this book store. New York New York
Lee How Fook, Philadelphia, NOT in "Werewolves of London" Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Conkling-Armstrong House - Terra-cotta-rama Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Husker Du Played in this Rowhouse Basement Pennsylvania Philadelphia
World's Best Halloween Pumpkin Carvings - Lansdale, PA Pennsylvania Lansdale
Philadelphia's last wooden street. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Chink's Steaks changes name to Joe's Steaks & Soda Shop. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Largest Parochial School in the World Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Home is a converted post office in Hollywood, PA. Pennsylvania Jenkintown
Where Northeast High, the classic documentary, was filmed Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Old-Timey Irish-American Bar Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Driver of 30,000 Pounds of Bananas (Harry Chapin Song) Truck Lived Here Pennsylvania Scranton
Ski Area in Conshohocken? Pennsylvania Conshohocken
Aquarama was here in the 1960s, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Baseballs dropped from top of Philly City Hall in Phillies' Promo, 5/10/39. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Real James Bond (007) Died Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Sines, a real 5 & 10, in Quakertown, PA Pennsylvania Quakertown

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