Today is the big day! I’m publishing all seven answers to the locations of Bigfoot in my series of posts.
During social distancing, I started a fun game on the blog, asking readers to follow along as Bigfoot and I took a road trip through the South and enter guesses in the comments on the blog or any of my social media platforms.
Today is Day 7 so I am posting one final location and the answers to the locations of all the days. Later, I will draw names of three people who posted guesses and send them a free copy of my humor book, “Not Quite Right: Mostly True Tales of a Weird News Reporter.” I’ll announce winners here!
Hints for Location 7 shown above:
- These photos were taken in a town in Alabama.
- The town of fewer than 10,000 residents began as a railroad hub.
- It later became known as a textile city, a history represented by the World’s Largest White Dress Shirt displayed at the Chamber of Commerce.
- Monroeville, Alabama, home of Harper Lee and setting for “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Read more.
- Kilgore, Texas, home to the World’s Richest Acre. Read more.
- Windsor Ruins, a former plantation in Port Gibson, Miss. Read more.
- Historic Fort Worth Stockyards and the lounge of the Stockyards Hotel, Fort Worth, Texas. Read more here and here.
- Fouke, Arkansas, setting of the 1972 cult classic “The Legend of Boggy Creek.” Read more.
- The Old Mill in North Little Rock, Ark., seen in the opening of “Gone with the Wind.” Read more.
- Andalusia, Alabama. Read more.