In 1976 the old 40 acre backlot was demolished when it was sold for development into an industrial park. It was on this lot where the outdoor set for Mayberr...
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Yes, I agree, the Mayberry back lot as tourist attraction would have raked in millions without any doubt !!
Hi, Do you have this on you tube as sandhill crane?
Susan, I have thought that for years. I suspect, the powers that be at the time did not realize what they had.
It is a shame they didn't save Mayberry as a tourist attraction. It was America's hometown!
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