Bad Marketing, Cont.

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With that many signs, can it remain a mystery?

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10 Responses to Bad Marketing, Cont.

  1. retiredeng says:

    The original “click bait”

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  2. M. Bouffant says:

    Remember the Mystery Spot in Santa Cruz or wherever it was?

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  3. M. Bouffant says:

    Oh yeah, the Winchester house. Frightening to six or so yrs. old me.

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  4. artahzen says:

    There is also the Trees of Mystery in the redwood forest in California. Lil Zen and I have visited all of these “Mystery” places on our road trips over the years. They are such fun.

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  5. The infamous Thing in southern AZ. Signs used to start for it on I10 West somewhere in New Mexico and I10 East near the California border.

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  6. w3ski4me says:

    I too remember roadside attractions from my youth. My folks would take me and my sister on excursions to see stuff like that and maybe include a trip to the Santa Cruz boardwalk as well. I mostly remember the one, inside a building of sorts, the one where you walk up a board but the perspective is all off. Mystery Spot maybe? Things roll uphill too. It was fun as a young-ski.
    Faded memories now. I took my kids to lots of places but not Santa Cruz sadly.
    w3ski

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