There are a lot of weird city names in the world and the United States like Fries in Virginia or Bangs in Texas but what are the weirdest town names in the United States? In this article, I'll show you 5 of the weirdest!
1. Ding Dong - in Texas
Ding Dong is a very small town in the state of Texas and is administratively part of Bell County. It was founded in the '30s and it is located on the Lampasas River.
2. Big Bottom - in South Dakota
Big Bottom is a little town in the state of South Dakota and was founded in 1878. Nowadays there are little things that are remained in this town. A couple of years later, in 1887, the town was abandoned.
3. Free Soil - in Michigan
Free Soil is a village in the US state of Michigan and is administratively part of Mason County. In 2000 the population was estimated at 177. According to the United States Census Bureau, the place occupies an area of 2.7 km², consisting entirely of land.
4. Pie Town - in New Mexico
Pie Town in New Mexico is an Unincorporated Area, which means that it's governed by a larger group of 'towns/cities/etc...'. Pie Town has an estimated population of 186 which is more than Free Soil and Big Bottom combined.
5. Okay - in Oklahoma
Okay is a town in the US state of Oklahoma, and is administratively part of Wagoner County. The population was recorded at 597 in 2000. According to the United States Census Bureau, the place occupies an area of 2.1 km²