“Oddly delightful . . . From the Blue Hole to the headless chicken, it’s a wonderfully wacky page turner.” — Martin Savidge, CNN
The Buckeye State has no shortage of strange, silly, goofy, quirky, eccentric, and just plain weird places, people, and things—if you know where to look. Nobody has looked in more places than Neil Zurcher, the popular TV travel reporter who has driven more than a million miles seeking out the unusual. This book collects his most remarkable finds, including the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock, the nation’s only vacuum cleaner museum, Balto the Wonder Dog, the “bottomless” Blue Hole of Casalia, and lots more hard-to-believe stuff!
Zurcher’s eye for unique and fun attractions can turn any road trip into a car ride through the Twilight Zone.