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  • Friendly Shark Hotspots Across The U.S

    Everyone’s all excited about Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, but what about hopping off the couch, and seeing these bad boys first hand? Here’s a list of friendly shark hotspots that’ll help you become a shark expert in no time, without the risk of being, you know, eaten or anything.

  • Ancient Mysteries: The 6 Coolest Native American Burial Mounds

    There’s something alluring about the unknown; that’s where the fascination with ancient Native American burial mounds comes from. Who built them? And why, exactly? The mysteries will remain unanswered until I can get enough plutonium to power the flux capacitor on my DeLorean- but maybe the charm of the unknown is for the best!

  • 10 Kick-Ass Converted Restaurants

    An ex-church that’s now a brewery, an airplane restaurant, and a “busteraunt” are just a few of the amazing converted restaurants popping up in America. Here are 10 of our favorites:

  • Fake Vomit And Gummy Worms: New York’s Tiniest Museum

    Inside an elevator shaft at the end of an alleyway lies a tiny museum of regular-sized things. It’s called…Museum, and it’s a scrap of whimsicality behind graffitied doors. The exhibits range from the curiously mundane (tubes of toothpaste, a bag of melted gummy worms) to the insane (such as the alleged shoe thrown at George Bush).

  • 6 Ways To Eat Crawfish In The Big Easy

    No trip to New Orleans is complete without sampling the local Cajun fare- like crawfish! They even have fests dedicated to this tiny crustacean, which is found just about everywhere when it’s in season during the spring. Here are 6 different ways to eat crawfish next time you’re in the Big Easy…

  • The Perks Of Being A Wallflower Filming Locations

    Has this generation found its Breakfast Club? While nothing will beat the original, The Perks of Being a Wallflower comes pretty damn close! This captivating coming-of-age story comes to life in the privileged suburbanite town of Pittsburgh, Peters Township. The magical Pittsburgh backdrop is not only the perfect setting for the movie, according to Stephen Chbosky, but it’s also his hometown. And boy, was he right! Head over to the Steel City and see where the magic happened at these filming locations for The Perks of Being A Wallflower!

  • 5 Quirktastic Texas Museums

    Are you a museum fanatic? If so (or even if you’re not, really) these offbeat Texas museums are totally worth a trip! They take the ordinary and make it extraordinary, from dogs to funerals and executions.

  • A Whimsical Road Trip To Moonrise Kingdom

    Adventure. Innocence. Dysfunction. Passion. Maps. Books. Art. Music. Love. Sex. Actually, the word “whimsical” doesn’t even begin to describe the romantic summer adventures of our protagonists, Suzy and Sam. Maybe it’s because I grew up in a similar bucolic East Coast town (Ipswich, MA), but there’s something iconic and magical about summers in New England. So, I felt compelled to hunt down the filming locations of Moonrise Kingdom.

  • Searching For The Squatch: The Best Places To Look For Bigfoot

    Bigfoot: Fact or fiction? Whether you’re a diehard believer or simply think that he could maaaybe theoretically exist, the only way to know for sure is to get hard evidence for yourself (and maybe don’t listen to the haters). There have been between 2,000 – 6,000 sightings in America alone and you, my friend, could be one of them. Here’s Roadtrippers’ comprehensive guide to launching your own hunt for Mr. Squatch. Good luck!

  • America’s Most Iconic Horror Movie Filming Locations

    Whether it’s a man-eating shark biding its time between kills, a loosely-guarded mall keeping out a zombie horde, a haunted house, or satan himself trying to steal your soul (or knock you up), these are the films that haunt you in your sleep, but they also keep us coming back for more. So, let’s break the third wall and take a road trip to some iconic horror movie filming locations.