Only one man can clear up your skin, give you peace of mind, and provide world-class shelter in the face of a world-ending blast.
Political protester Gene Stilp isn't making any new friends with what he's calling an "educational effort."
The slice of roadside Americana the state has deemed an "attractive nuisance" is for sale and can be yours for just $300,000.
"These pets will be always be here, forever."
Located in upstate New York, housed in a former dollar store, he built the thing himself.
Letchworth Village is a place where unspeakable atrocities were committed. Now, it's a playground for graffiti artists, punk kids, and dog walkers.
Former inmate Michael Humphrey now gives tours of the place, and man he has stories.
Welcome to 1880 Cowboy Town in Buffalo Ridge: roadside Americana at its weirdest and most surreal.