Georgia is full of fascinating and often humorous stories of strange places, bizarre events, intriguing history and colorful characters:
-- Coca-Cola was invented by local Georgian Dr. John S. Pemberton in Atlanta in 1886 and first sold at an Atlanta pharmacy soda fountain
-- Georgia is the nation's number one producer of the three Ps---peanuts, pecans and, of course, peaches
-- The mysterious Booger Hill pulls cars up, defying gravity and spooking passengers
-- The International Poultry Trade Show is held in Georgia each year, and in the town of Gainesville, the Chicken Capital of the World, it is illegal to eat chicken with a fork
-- The theme park Six Flags Over Georgia got its name from the six different flags that have flown over the state during its history
-- President Franklin D. Roosevelt stayed at a cottage, later called the ''Little White House,'' in Warm Springs while recuperating from polio
-- The Georgia Guidestones, in Elbert County, are sometimes referred to as America's Stonehenge; 10 principles engraved on the stones in eight languages are meant to be guidelines to an ''age of reason''
-- Wesleyan College in Macon was founded in 1836 as the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women.
And so much more...