For a few short months, it was the hottest new tourist attraction on the Outer Banks.
You had one job, royal surveyors.
People sometimes ask, “Where am I?” when they reach Knotts Island. Usually, they’re serious.
Jerry and Irene Helms met while working at Carowinds. The park crosses over both Carolina borders, and – almost – holds more significance than amusement.
The Walton War was fought over land that nobody wanted and that Georgia’s militia couldn’t even reach.
The gas station stayed in place, but its address shifted North.
Spoiler alert: The loophole that he used has since been closed.
A lack of whiskey on the part of a group of surveyors may be to blame for one Tennessee town being on the wrong side of the state line.
A.D. Patterson owns the westernmost part of North Carolina, and the “mapheads” want to visit.