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    Bladenboro
    NC
    BeastFest honors the mysterious (and never captured) vampire-like Beast of Bladenboro (or "BOB") that terrorized the community in the 1950s.
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    Lillington
    NC
    Was named for John Alexander Lillington, an officer from North Carolina during the Revolutionary War who fought in the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge in 1776 and served as brigadier general in the state militia.
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    Concord
    NC
    Concord’s motto, “High Performance Living,” is appropriate. It is home to the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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    Elizabeth City
    NC
    Elizabeth City’s location on the Pasquotank River and Intracoastal Waterway makes it a popular stop for recreational boaters from around the world. There’s even a famous welcoming crew, the “Rose Buddies,” who for decades have greeted wayfaring travelers
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    Charlotte
    NC
    Charlotte’s suburban growth can be credited to Edward Dilworth Latta, who introduced the concept in 1876. He, with the Charlotte Consolidated Construction Company, also developed trolley transportation, making this growth in Charlotte possible.
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    Pineville
    NC
    Birthplace of James K. Polk, the 11th President of the United States.
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    Rocky Mount
    NC
    On November 27, 1962, while speaking in Rocky Mount, Dr. Martin Luther King used his soon-to-be famous refrain, “I have a dream,” which would be heard by a much larger audience from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial the following August.
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    Cramerton
    NC
    A turn of the century “model mill village” built by Stuart Cramer, Cramerton has become one of the premiere residential communities in the Charlotte-Metro area.
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    Jonesville
    NC
    The Yadkin River separates Jonesville from Elkin. When a covered bridge was built across the river in 1872, it was hailed as the longest suspension bridge in the world.
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    Kill Devil Hills
    NC
    On December 17, 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright were successful in making four flights at the base of the big hill that is now a part of the Wright Brothers National Memorial at Kill Devil Hills.

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