Have you seen the poop statue? Who knew Illinois was filled with some very bizarre landmarks?

I think it's time for a road trip. I remember going to Metropolis, IL a few many years ago and seeing the town of Superman. Superman was everywhere. The museum, phone booths and a large statue of Superman himself lined the streets of Metropolis. I loved every single moment of it.

Now that I have stumbled across this list from Reboot Illinois I now have quite a few more stops to make on my future trips across Illinois.

Have you ever seen these crazy landmarks in Illinois?

Purple Martin Houses – Griggsville

There are way too many mosquitos in Griggsville, which is between the Missouri and Illinois Rivers. Birdhouses were made to attract Purple Martin birds, who consume up to 2,000 mosquitos daily.

Mobile Wedding Chapel – Shelbyville

The Best Wedding Chapel is made out of a fire truck and holds the Guinness World Record for fastest wedding chapel.

Two-story outhouse – Gays

No one really knows why this is here, but it's a two-story outhouse. I'd hate to be on the first floor when someone is going number two on the second floor!

The house with no corners – Bull Valley

There is a house in McHenry County that has no corners. The owners of the home believed that having no corners, the house's spirits would flow through without getting snagged. Creepy!!!

Gravesite of the World’s Heaviest Man – Benville

Robert Earl Hughes died at the age of 32 and weighed 1,041 pounds. His grave is in Benville.

Pink elephant and Flying saucer at the Pink Elephant Antique Mall – Livingston

I love antique malls, but ones with a monster size pink elephant and flying saucer? OK! Count me in!

A Fountain of poop – Chicago

When a Chicago artist got fed up with dog owners who didn't clean up their pets poop, he decided to make a fountain of it.

World’s largest catsup bottle – Collinsville

The W.E. Cadwell Company built this in 1949 for Brooks catsup.

What is the strangest thing you have ever seen in Illinois?