There are thousands of cities and towns across Alabama, including some with very unique names and titles.
Boar Tush is a small, unincorporated community in northeast Alabama's Winston County.
Frog Eye is in Tallapoosa County, and even has its own small website and Facebook group.
No need to go to New York when you go to Long Island, Alabama in Jackson County.
Normal, Alabama isn't just an ordinary community, it's named for the Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, which was at one time called the State Normal and Industrial School of Huntsville. It's in Madison County.
Octagon in Maregon County once had a post office, but was named for its octagonal church.
Scarce Greece is another community in Limestone County.
And, Scratch Ankle and Burnt Corn are both in West-Central Alabama's Monroe County.
The Bottle has its unique name because of a giant replica soda bottle that stood in the Lee County town for a couple of decades.
News 4 This Morning will be featuring more uniquely named Alabama cities throughout the week--stay tuned!
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