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Pikeville Cut Through-The largest earth excavation to be done by the USA, except for the building of the Panama Canal.

Pikeville Cut Through-The largest earth excavation to be done by the USA, except for the building of the Panama Canal.

Meander through Old Talbott Tavern and walk in the footsteps of a young Abraham Lincoln, Gen. George Rogers Clark, Daniel Boone, and exiled French King Louis Phillipe. Touch the bullet holes suposedly shot by Jesse James, communicate with a ghost, then enjoy a bread pudding with bourbon sauce. - Bardstown, KY

Meander through Old Talbott Tavern and walk in the footsteps of a young Abraham Lincoln, Gen. George Rogers Clark, Daniel Boone, and exiled French King Louis Phillipe. Touch the bullet holes suposedly shot by Jesse James, communicate with a ghost, then enjoy a bread pudding with bourbon sauce. - Bardstown, KY

PIKE COUNTY, Kentucky - Kentucky Genealogy Trails -Pikeville Courthouse

PIKE COUNTY, Kentucky - Kentucky Genealogy Trails -Pikeville Courthouse

The Hillbilly Days Festival. Since 1977, Pike County has been celebrating Hillbilly Days. This nationally known annual event is a fundraiser to benefit the Shriner's Children's Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Held in Downtown Pikeville, April 20 - 22, this is one festival you've got to see to believe. The festival is attended by over 100,000 folks and continues to get bigger and better each year.

The Hillbilly Days Festival. Since 1977, Pike County has been celebrating Hillbilly Days. This nationally known annual event is a fundraiser to benefit the Shriner's Children's Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Held in Downtown Pikeville, April 20 - 22, this is one festival you've got to see to believe. The festival is attended by over 100,000 folks and continues to get bigger and better each year.

Pig in a Poke BBQ- Prestonsburg and Pikeville, KY

Pig in a Poke BBQ- Prestonsburg and Pikeville, KY

The United States Bullion Depository, better know as Fort Knox. It's our country's major store of gold buillion, said to hold 147.3 million ozs of the precious gem. It opened in 1937 and has had as much as 649.6 million ozs of gold (at the start of America's participation in World War II) Located in Fort Knox, Kentucky, an Army installation just south of Louisville. Extremely off limits to the public & it's not supposed to be able to take photographs of it.

The United States Bullion Depository, better know as Fort Knox. It's our country's major store of gold buillion, said to hold 147.3 million ozs of the precious gem. It opened in 1937 and has had as much as 649.6 million ozs of gold (at the start of America's participation in World War II) Located in Fort Knox, Kentucky, an Army installation just south of Louisville. Extremely off limits to the public & it's not supposed to be able to take photographs of it.

Book Review at AppalachianHistory.net: ‘Kentucky Hauntings—Homespun Ghost Stories and Unexplained History’

Book Review at AppalachianHistory.net: ‘Kentucky Hauntings—Homespun Ghost Stories and Unexplained History’

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