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Your home state is weird, maybe even weirder than you realize.
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The exact location may remain a mystery, but Delawareans have a pretty good case for claiming it as their own.
A clever jokester once burned tires inside a dormant volcano to make it seem active on April 1st. Edgecumbe, a volcano that had been dormant for around 9,000 years, and made it look like it was coming back to life. Postal Service still uses mules to reach two areas in Arizona.After four years of planning, Bickar doused 100 tires in cooking oil and lit them on fire inside Mt. He also spray painted "April Fool" in 50 foot letters around the rim. Residents of Supai and Phantom Town receive mail by mule trains, as the terrain is too tricky for motorized vehicles.The trek requires hours of travel through the Grand Canyon valley.The black peat was so good at preserving these ancient bodies that human brain tissue was found in a woman's skull with her DNA still intact.Located on the corner of South Finley and Dearing Streets in Athens, Ga., "Jackson Tree" legally owns itself and the surrounding eight feet around its base, thanks to its previous owner, Colonel William H. According to the legend, upon Jackson's death he deeded the tree: I, W. Jackson, of the county of Clarke, of the one part, and the oak tree…