A Field Guide to Offbeat Attractions in the "City Too Busy to Hate"
by Suzanne Winterberger and Bill Tomey
Atlanta is a city of not just a little bit of hustle. It's been described as both a big small town
and a little big city. Atlanta's history peels away like layers of an onion. "Sideways Atlanta"
peels back layer after layer to discover bizarre and unusual people, places, and stories. True offbeat
travelers will be delighted to have the opportunity to visit a Ku Klux Klan Supply store, to experience
the monthly apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary, or to check out a possible UFO landing site. The book
is a must for anyone who loves to travel in the footsteps of history. "Sideways Atlanta" visits sites
of hangings, forced marches, slave yards, car crashes, and more, while at the same time providing the
visitor with opportunities for great meals and unique entertainment.
Apparitions of the Virgin Mary Margaret Mitchell
Death Site KKK Supply Store Big Sinkhole Outlaw Havens The Voice of Hitler UFO Crash Sites
Dangerous Lover's Lanes Secrets of the Debutantes Home of Uncle Remus Stock Car Racing
Grits Slave Yards Brad Pitt Activity Sites Origin of the "Curry Defense" Strippers Murders
Whales Barbeque Newt Gingrich Riots Snakepits Live Burials Confederates Carpetbaggers
Canines Elephant Graves Atlanta's Living Treasures, and much, much more!
Sideways Atlanta was named "best tour guide for the city" by Atlanta magazine,
in their "Secrets of the City" issue, November 2002.
Check out Bill Tomey's Website,
The Harmony Club of Selma, Alabama
Sideways Atlanta was published in 1995 by the Creative Intelligence Agency
Paperback, 146 pages, 8.5"x5.5"
Price: $9.95 plus $4.00 shipping and handling for every 3 books ordered
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