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Thorien loves Goblin Valley State Park for its otherworldly landscape filled with towering sandstone hoodoos.
Surreal hoodoos and mind-blowing rock sculptures soar above stark sandstone, shale, and coal landscapes—once covered by ancient sea.
The trail climbs to an overlook of the Green River then drops into a twisty valley of hoodoos striped red, cream, and gold.
Nestled in the middle of Grand Staircase Escalante, these well-spaced sites each have a fire ring and are ideal for tent campers who want solitude while taking in the spiraling hoodoos of Bryce Canyon.
Take a drive on Hole in the Rock Road to explore hoodoos in Devils Garden or hike the family-friendly Peek-a-Boo and Spooky Gulch slot canyons.
Created more jobs than any modern president, in the process showing people that trickle-down economics was hoodoo.One’s a Weiner, the Other a Hero: Why Bill and Hillary Have Nothing in Common With Anthony and Huma|Michael Tomasky|July 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Before I'd gone five miles the hoodoo that had been working overtime on my behalf got busy again.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
A sure 'hoodoo' it must be, to warp a man's judgment like that!Told In The Hills|Marah Ellis Ryan
He explored and reported upon the Hoodoo region, and first called prominent attention to the noble caon of the Middle Gardiner.The Yellowstone National Park|Hiram Martin Chittenden
I knowed you want no good the first time I set eyes on yer, a-sayin hoodoo words over the poor dumb beast.Short Sixes|H. C. Bunner
The "Thirteen" hoodoo came near to finding believers among those on the Knickerbocker before Cuba was reached.Springfield in the Spanish American War|Walter W. Ward