WV Posted in West Virginia July 11, 2016 by Rachel Whetstone 9 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In West Virginia That Will Make You Do A Double Take· We’ve previously shown you some of the various odd attractions from around the Mountain State. Here are nine more unusual sights that will appeal to your sense of whimsy. 1. Apple Time Capsule, Martinsburg Flickr/Jimmy Emerson, DVM This giant apple contains a time capsule that was dedicated October 19, 1990 to be opened in 2040. Apple production is a big part of Martinsburg's history, and it was once named the Apple Capital of the World. The apple sits on West King Street. 2. The Big Chicken, Wardensville Star Mercantile & More This chicken (actually a rooster) is located at the Star Mercantile & More. It's a gift shop that also serves delicious chicken. If you take a selfie with the chicken and post it to their facebook page, you'll get 10% off a chicken meal. 3. Paul Bunyan And Babe Statue, Nitro Town and Country Supply/Facebook This statue sits outside of the Town and Country Supply store at 400 1st Ave, Nitro, WV. 4. Braxton County Monster Chairs Braxton Convention and Visitors Bureau/Facebook The Braxton Monster, also known as the Flatwoods Monster, is a local legend. The story tells of a creature that appeared after a UFO landing. The Braxton Convention and Visitors Bureau has sponsored 10 foot high chairs in the image of the monster around Braxton County. This chair is located at Cafe Cimino County Inn. 5. Coal Country Miniature Golf, Fairmont Coal Country Miniature Golf/Facebook This miniature golf course features obstacles made from real coal mining equipment, and a giant coal miner statue. 6. Pink And Green Giraffe, Huntington Flickr/billy liar This giraffe sits near a car sales lot along route 60. 7. Mothman Statue, Point Pleasant Mothman Festival/Facebook Tales of the Mothman monster came out of Point Pleasant in the 1960s, and some think that he predicted the collapse of a bridge in the town. The sightings are celebrated with a statue, a museum, and an annual festival. 8. Pink Elephant, Barboursville The Pink Elephant/Facebook Giant pink elephant statues were a trend across America in the mid-20th century, and some still remain. This elephant can be seen on route 60 going west near Barboursville. 9. Farnham Fantasy Farm, Unger Kevin Bowman/flickr Kevin Bowman/flickr George and Pam Farnham collect giant statues and display them at their home at 14633 Winchester Grade Rd, Unger, WV. They love when visitors come by to look at the statues. If you enjoyed these odd attractions, you might also like these unusual buildings in West Virginia.