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Tail Of The Dragon, North Carolina/Tennessee : There is a reason the road is called "Tail of the Dragon". From a purely statistical approach, this fourteen mile stretch of road that starts out in Cheoah Dam in North Carolina and slithers along to the Tabcat Creek Bridge in Tennessee is considered to have more wrecks and deaths than any other road throughout the US. There have been so many accidents that there's actually a Tree of Shame that displays the remnants of the motorcycles and auto parts that have given themselves over to the asphalt jaws of this cunning serpent. And the look from above is exactly the image of it's name.
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