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Monkey Bridge | Monkey Road | Thunder Bridge

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Athens, Texas
Athens, TX
Monkey Bridge
Athens, Texas:
Athens is a small town in Henderson County with a population of about 13,000 citizens.
How to Get to Monkey Bridge:
Monkey Bridge is located on Meredith Road near Athens, Texas.
Story of Monkey Bridge:
Monkey Bridge is just on

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Monkey Mountain

Monkey Mountain

By on May 5, 2014 in | 0 comments

Monkey Mountain is located on gravel roads outside of Weeping Water. It is on private property and the owner is touchy about having visitors. There is a giant circular cement slab in the midst of some trees and junk laying around everywhere.
Some locals claim that paratroopers us

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Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

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Lawton, Oklahoma
Crybaby Bridge Information:
The Cry Baby Bridge in Lawton is a gravity hill. If you put your car in neutral, it will appear to roll uphill. There are gravity hills throughout the United States. (Another famous Gravity Hill is on Loma Alta Street in Altadena, Cali

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Bell Bottom Bridge

Bell Bottom Bridge

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This is an unusually wide bridge to be out in the middle of nowhere on a narrow, creepy, cow trail of a road. It is off highway 7 out from Marlin, TX. in a very remote area. We were directed to the area first by a guy who lives in Waco and had been out there many times in the pas

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Fuller Park

Fuller Park

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Fuller Park
Athens, Texas:
Athens is a city of about 13,000 residents. In December of 2011, the city was targeted by a national atheist foundation for putting up a Christian Christmas display at the East Texas courthouse square. Before the season ended, the nativity on display ha

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New Century Air Center

New Century Air Center

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Olathe, Kansas
New Century Air Center
History and Demographics for Olathe, Kansas:
Kansas was originally home to three Indian tribes; the Kansas, Pawnee, and Osage. The people of these tribes hunted buffalo and raised corn, beans, and squash.
In 1541, Spanish explorers lead by Fr

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