A town in Lancaster County, known for its Amish community and scenic countryside.
A small village in Livingston County, Michigan, known for its quirky name and charming rural setting.
A city located in Montgomery County, Texas, with a unique name of unclear origin.
A small community in Clay County, West Virginia, with a name that has sparked much curiosity.
Originally named Hot Springs, this city changed its name in 1950 to win a radio contest hosted by the popular show "Truth or Consequences."
A community in Fannin County, Texas, with a name that may have originated from a local legend about a fight over a fiddle-playing bug.
A census-designated place in Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Alaska. The story behind its name is not entirely clear.
A community in Perry County, Arkansas, known for its peculiar name, which has inspired folklore and even a local festival.
A small unincorporated community in Bell County, Texas, known for its memorable name.
A remote area in Leslie County, Kentucky, with an intriguing and somewhat ominous name.