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S goblins shape shifters and vicious bloodsuckers Whether it’s the Mogollon Monsters or the weird Ninimbe tiny elves anywhere from two Wei. I have enjoyed all of the Weird state books and this didn t disappoint Discovered a few new places to visit in Arizona Do keep in mind that this was published in 2007 so some of the places or sights mentioned may no longer exist

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Weird Arizona Weird

Rd Arizona eBook #235 inches to three feet tall Arizona seems to have them along with killer cacti and the Can Can Merman Now that’s weird. What a fun book My brother and sister in law gave it to us for Christmas because we had mentioned that we were going to do much less traveling this year This is perfect It s basically what the title implies a bunch of weird local places to visit and the legends or stories behind them We ve already seen a few and we re excited to hit the road and visit some that are close It even has a section on Chief Yellowhorse who you might have spotted driving to AZ from UT and who we fondly refer to as Chief Yellow water because we honestly just misread the sign the first time we passed it kept us e

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Most of Arizona remains unspoiled uninhabited America Welluninhabited by humans at least Reports abound of such creatures as flying dinosaur. Wow this book is scary I was reading The Shining during the same time period and this book scared me Perhaps because it is set where I live I bought the book because I ve read parts of the Florida version of the book and it has some strange but fun places you can visit and I was looking for that here They have some of that in this version too but there is also some bizarre strange creepy things too like Skin walkers and strange deaths in the Superstition Mountains


10 thoughts on “Weird Arizona Weird

  1. says:

    Oops Forgot to post in 2015When my best friend Betty now retired in Arizona sent me this book for my birthday earlier this year I admit to thinking it was just another travel guide but was I ever wrong It is filled with a

  2. says:

    This was fantastic I'm not a native Arizonan so most of the stories and places and tales in this book were new to me though not all It was a fascinating look at my adopted home state with tantalizing bits of history and beautiful photographs of all the people places and things that just make Arizona weird and uni

  3. says:

    Wow this book is scary I was reading The Shining during the same time period and this book scared me Perhaps because it is set where I live I bo

  4. says:

    I have enjoyed all of the Weird state books and this didn't disappoint Discovered a few new places to visit in Arizona Do keep in mind that this was published in 2007 so some of the places or sights mentioned may no longer exist

  5. says:

    This book was so interesting Added a ton of places to see to my sightseeing list

  6. says:

    I like it It was cool and astonishingI think others should enjoy this book too

  7. says:

    Talk about wanderlust Now I want to experience all of the things in this bookOnly gave it 4 stars as there were a handful of misspelled words C'mon guys But it is still an interesting read a little kooky and a lot hilarious and weird

  8. says:

    This is one of the better written Weird books out of the whole series Granted I think it is because the lack of reader submissions

  9. says:

    What a fun book My brother and sister in law gave it to us for Christmas because we had mentioned that we were going to do much less travelin

  10. says:

    Fun stories but patronizing An example he profiles Sheriff Joe as just another AZ oddity but ignores that the abuse that the Sheriff perpetuates and that the author discusses is done on real people This is written as if the jail is just another part of the amusement park And so are all the other oddities Jane and Michael do a much better job of the same kind of chronicling

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