Roadside Attraction Inspires Long After Builder's Death

Posted at 7:13 PM, Oct 21, 2016

While driving around the back roads of Palmyra travelers may stumble upon a statue of a headless horseman or a giant sun-dial covered in wisteria.

While it might seem haunting, don't be afraid. This roadside attraction was built by folk artist E.T. Wickham.

While E.T. died decades ago, his works have still been inspiring others, even during this Halloween season.

Photojournalist Mike Rose takes us to this roadside curiosity in a special story to Celebrate Tennessee.