When I was a little kid, my dad took us on all these road trips. Every year was a theme; we did the civil war battlefields one year, War of 1812 battles the next, and one year, he wanted to see all the places that hosted mythological creatures and cryptids. Now, for those of you who didn’t have such a weird (yet awesome) dad, a cryptid is a creature who’s existence cannot be proven, nor disproven by science. For example, while most will say that you can’t prove bigfoot exists, you also can’t definitely prove that he doesn’t. Not unless you check in every forest, in every cave all over the world. There could very well be large, hairy humanoids hiding from us; we just can’t find them.
So given that, these are the ‘hometowns’ of certain crypts that you might not have heard of, yet – it’s where they were first spotted, or where they supposedly hang out, and some of these places define their identity solely by that association to a mythical monster.
Sounds like a fun road trip to me.