Visit Will Rogers Country in Claremore

Cowboys, guns, oil, a big blue whale, the world’s largest totem pole, Will Rogers and the true nut house…experience Oklahoma hospitality, the legends of Claremore and Historic Route 66 and all her glory in beautiful northeastern Oklahoma! Get the skinny on all the adventure waiting for you when it is time again to venture out on the open road.

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Lewis Army Museum and Puget Sound Haunts

The Fort Lewis Military Museum, now the Lewis Army Museum, is a revered (and haunted) stalwart of Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, WA. In 1918 it was the ‘Red Shield Inn.’ An actor apparently died when filming the 1927 film ‘The Patent Leather Kid’ on this site. It is believed that he was murdered on the 2nd floor. Many sightings of an angry spectral actor in a cowboy outfit have been reported. The sound of soldiers marching has been heard on vacant lots. Lights and alarms go off for no apparent reason. Matt Shea reveals more spooky tales from The Evergreen State.

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Erika Nelson With More Roadside

Erika Nelson has been called an “eccentric Kansan” but aficionados of roadside attractions and grassroots artistic endeavors love her for curating the World’s Largest Collection of the World’s Smallest Versions of the World’s Largest Things. Erika exhibits them across America and has a bounty of quirky revelations to share.

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Historic St. Paul and the Wabasha Street Caves

Cynthia Schreiner Smith is an actor/writer who was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota where she still lives. Since 1998, she has worked at the Wabasha Street Caves in St. Paul, researching, writing scripts and acting as a guide for their historical tours. Cynthia shares her knowledge of the town’s Gangster Era and talks about why the Twin Cities are hardly identical.

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Litchfield Museum and Illinois Route 66

Carol Sneed shares her intimate connection with the town of Litchfield, one of the premier locations along historic Illinois Route 66, including details about its fascinating history and impact of the community on the world beyond The Mother Road.

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Wendover Nevada and Intermountain Fun

Meet Bryan Yadon. In the spring of 2003, Bryan created Intermountain Guide Service (IGS) and that year on July 4th he began operations as a concessionaire of Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, offering Fly-Fishing, Horseback Rides, and sightseeing tours. Bryan knows a lot about taking a ride on the wild side!

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Harrod Blank and His Camera Van

What if you could morph your car into a mobile work of art, and drive it down the road for all to see? What would it look like? What would the world think of you? How would you be changed? These are the questions we have for artist and documentarian Harrod Blank whose Camera Van attracts intense interest everywhere he goes.

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The Wonders of Whidbey Island WA

Dena Marie is a versatile teacher and author of the book “Our Energy Matters”. She is also a well-traveled facilitator of retreats to Kauai, Hawaii and now includes Whidbey and Camano Islands in beautiful Washington state to her portfolio. There is a quaint magic to Whidbey Island and Dena Marie enjoys helping visitors discover it.

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Stephanie Stuckey’s Turn At The Wheel

Stephanie Stuckey recently became the shepherd of her family’s brand. And now, since taking over as CEO last November, she has been on a mission to visit all of Stuckey’s current locations: more than 90, mostly concentrated in the South. As she notes, people on the road still have to stop for gas, a restroom and a snack. Stephanie wants to reignite the retro feel of the ‘60s and ‘70s for which the stores were famous.

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The Road to Roswell

Donald R. Schmitt, among the world’s best-known researchers into the Roswell UFO Incident, shares his enthusiasm for the lively town 75 miles from the site of the alleged crash of extraterrestrial “flying saucers” during a violent New Mexico thunderstorm in July of 1947. Roswell has since become a mecca for UFO investigators and otherworldly curiosity-seekers. The desert town has more mundane attractions to offer as well. (Photo credit Pinterest.com)

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