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Atlanta’s Creepiest Hike Features Repurposed Art

by Chris Butsch
doll on Dolls Head Trail in Atlanta

Within Constitution Lakes Park in Atlanta there’s an urban hiking trail full of doll heads and other novelties arranged as art for passersby to see. Is it creepy? Very. But does it entertain many and help clean up the area? Sure.

Local carpenter Joel Slaton began Doll’s Head Trail after envisioning an art project created from trash discovered around the park, formerly a brickyard. Visitors can contribute to the “art gallery” using items they find onsite, but bringing in outside items is discouraged. The trailhead sign warns that “litter makes the angels cry.”

Fair warning: don’t take this hike alone.

Savanna Sweeney

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