Weird Pennsylvania: Your Travel Guide to Pennsylvania's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets : The Quaker State, the Keystone State, the Coal State - Pennsylvania is called all of these. But we like to call it the Weird State, because there's enough strange stuff going on here to fill an encyclopedia, or better yet, a book appropriately called Weird Pennsylvania. See the Statue of Liberty in the Dauphin Narrows, the dead and buried Corvette near Irwin, the tiny town of Midgetville, the Ape Boy of Chester, and Resurrection Mary in Schnecksville. Traipse through the ghostly Eastern State Penitentiary, listen to the Screaming Lady in Fort Mifflin, and sympathize with Mrs. Snell, who was rained on by mud, lots of mud. Swim with the Monster of Lake Erie, bravely wander down Devil's Road, chat with the Green Man of Pittsburgh, and, if you dare, sit beneath Skull Tree. It's all here, it's all for you, it's all ... very weird. Weird Pennsylvania is packed with all the info about the Quaker State that your history teacher never taught you.