Freaky facts about the USA that are hard to believeBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/freaky-facts-about-the-usa-that-are-hard-to-believe
The USA is a big and mysterious country, and every state has amazing things, customs, laws and rules. Some are impossible to believe, they are so ridiculous. Nevertheless, somehow people live with it, and this is another confirmation that everything in the world does not happen.
In Michigan, a unicorn hunting license can be obtained at Lake Superior State University.
In Alaska, in the town of Talkitna, a cat named Stubbs was mayor for 15 years. More about the life and reign of Stubbs.
In one of the towns of Colorado celebrate the holiday of the frozen dead for several days.
In West Virginia, they tell terrible legends about the moth man.
In the city of Carmel, California, heels above 5 centimeters are strictly prohibited without special permission.
In two settlements of the state of Arizona, mail arrives on donkeys.
In the city of Livermore, California, there is a light bulb that has not burned out for more than 100 years.
It's illegal to sell eyes in Texas.
Although the state of Wyoming is landlocked, there are 32 islands with names.
To the former governor of Rhode Island, Ambrose Burnside, we owe the appearance of sideburns (in English — sideburns).
There is a store in Alabama that sells unclaimed luggage from various airports around the world.
In Massachusetts, you cannot wear goatees unless you have paid a fee for a special license.
Neither Arizona nor Hawaii switch to daylight saving time.
In Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, hosts the world's largest furry conference — Anthrocon.
There is only one resident in the settlement of Monowee, Nebraska. He is both a mayor, a librarian and a bartender. Find out more about how he lives.
The city of Clark in South Dakota is the venue for mashed potato fighting competitions.
Neither Connecticut nor Rhode Island signed the 18th Amendment to the Constitution, which prohibited the production, transportation and sale of alcohol and in fact introduced prohibition in the United States.
There is a theme park in Pennsylvania dedicated entirely to spaghetti.
In South Carolina, it is forbidden to play pinball if you are under 18 years old.
There are only two escalators in the entire state of Wyoming.
It is believed that in New Orleans, Louisiana, there are seven portals to the afterlife of voodoo Guinea.