GQ once wrote that Red Mill makes one of the 25 burgers you must eat before you die, and they're right. There's no frills here, just huge burgers with the biggest, crispiest bacon you've ever eaten. You can't go wrong with the Red Mill Deluxe.
I'm not kidding when I say that Kuma's has one of the top five burgers I've eaten in my life, possibly top three. If you have no shame, be sure to try a SLAYER burger - there's no bun, you just smash the fries and the burger together with your bare hands and chow down. Totally metal.
Fun fact: Waverly Hills Sanatorium is now working hard to recreate itself into a luxury hotel. The plans are supposed to go into effect in about a year, so if you want to see it in its current creepy state, you better hurry!
May he RIP publicly for years to come.
They actually have several toes, Omega! They're just making sure they're well stocked..
If you love movies, especially science fiction movies, you'll lose it in this place. They have special displays all the time (when I visited, the awesome Blade Runner display was still on), and the wall of ray guns throughout film history was amazing in and of itself.
Also.. they have the Queen Alien and the Power Loader from "Aliens" is there. Worth the price of admission (which is cheap!) alone.
Creepiest museum ever. World's largest colon is on display (you'll wonder how it got so big..), as well as tons of siamese twins, loads of gross things floating in jars, and plenty of skulls. Be sure to eat lunch AFTER you visit!
One of the greatest ghost tours in the Northeast. Self-guided, and after you sign the waiver, you just go off on your own. Amazing building, and some fun installations. Keep an eye out for the red pipes that mark successful escapes from the prison!
This place is a riot. Drive in church services!
This place is awesome. Quite small and easy to miss, but the shops are wonderfully quirky and the hotel is pretty amazing. Be sure to get a cleansing on the big purple throne, or head to the cemetery to sit in the Devil's Chair.