- By Joe Oesterle Tim Cridland Mark Sceurman Mark Moran

Weird Las Vegas and Nevada: Your Alternative Travel Guide to Sin City and the Silver State

  • Title: Weird Las Vegas and Nevada: Your Alternative Travel Guide to Sin City and the Silver State
  • Author: Joe Oesterle Tim Cridland Mark Sceurman Mark Moran
  • ISBN: 9781402739408
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Weird Las Vegas and Nevada Your Alternative Travel Guide to Sin City and the Silver State Las Vegas and weird that s no stretch But the truth is even stranger than anyone imagined With a little digging Joe Oesterle and Tim Cridland found all kinds of bizarre and odd folks lurking about in

    Las Vegas and weird that s no stretch But the truth is even stranger than anyone imagined With a little digging, Joe Oesterle and Tim Cridland found all kinds of bizarre and odd folks lurking about in Nevada There s the Neon Boneyard, where discarded historic signs bake in the sun, and Bonnie and Clyde s Death Car And just for guys take a break at a chunk of the BerlLas Vegas and weird that s no stretch But the truth is even stranger than anyone imagined With a little digging, Joe Oesterle and Tim Cridland found all kinds of bizarre and odd folks lurking about in Nevada There s the Neon Boneyard, where discarded historic signs bake in the sun, and Bonnie and Clyde s Death Car And just for guys take a break at a chunk of the Berlin Wall now turned Vegas urinal.

    1 thought on “Weird Las Vegas and Nevada: Your Alternative Travel Guide to Sin City and the Silver State

    1. Weird: Las Vegas and Nevada is an extremely fun travel guide for Nevada natives or people looking for things to do on vacation in the Silver State. The book is divided into sections for ghosts and ghost-towns, famous people, mysteries and legends, weird entertainment, and countless other oddities. The stories are short and sweet, accompanied by photographs to support each one. My favorite parts of the book dealt with the history of Las Vegas specifically, especially around celebrities and the ci [...]

    2. It was interesting and I have a long list of places to go visit now,(if I get the chance). Unfortunately things change so often here in Las Vegas that some of the articles are already out of date. But if you like ghost stories and strange tales this is still a good book to make your way through. And it might make your next trip to Nevada and Las Vegas a little more interesting.

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