For his 2003 film Big Fish, director Tim Burton needed a quaint town in the middle of an enchanted forest for one of the settings. His crew went to work, and built a scenic little town on the side of a river.
But when production ended on the Alabama River, the crew ultimately didn’t tear it down. And now explorers from all over the world can come to the little spot and check out this town for themselves. And from the look of it? It looks like this strange mix of beautiful and horrifying (seriously, these pictures look like scenes from a horror film), that has to been seen to believed. It’s home to some amazing fishing and camping spots, and you can even visit it with relative ease. There are even plan to construct a large scale tree-house in the area, because it needed the extra whimsy.
To learn more about this little island getaway in the middle of North America, check it out for yourself right here.
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