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Florida Named Strangest State; NYC & Lincoln Named Strangest Cities, a new service that helps restaurants get more customers using birthday email clubs, has analyzed nearly 2,000 Associated Press (AP) "strange news" stories that were released in the past year. After segmenting all of the news stories by location, the state of Florida was the runaway winner of's strangest state award.

Further analysis led to the conclusion that the three strangest cities in the US over the past year were New York City, New York; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Madison, Wisconsin respectively.

The rankings were calculated by collecting all of the AP's strange news stories released over the past year, segmenting them by the location where the stories took place, counting the number of stories in each state and adjusting for population.

A sampling of the 169 strange stories that came out of Florida this year were:

"Man calls 911 after eatery runs out of lemonade" – Boyton Beach, FL
"Florida lotto winner seeks to open a nude dude ranch" – Brooksville, FL
"Dead shark left in Miami street after failed sale" – Miami, FL
"Man wearing sleeping bag as cape attempts robbery" – Gainesville, FL
"Man allegedly flings jellyfish at teens at beach" – Madeira Beach, FL

Starting with the strangest state at the top, here are the strangest states in's rankings:

  1. Florida
  2. New Hampshire
  3. Alaska
  4. Wyoming
  5. Maine
  6. Wisconsin
  7. Vermont
  8. Pennsylvania
  9. North Dakota
  10. Ohio
  11. New York
  12. Michigan
  13. Nebraska
  14. Massachusetts
  15. Arkansas
  16. Montana
  17. Colorado
  18. Oregon
  19. California
  20. Connecticut
  21. Washington
  22. Iowa
  23. Texas
  24. Utah
  25. Delaware
  26. Rhode Island
  27. Minnesota
  28. South Dakota
  29. New Jersey
  30. Idaho
  31. Tennessee
  32. Louisana
  33. Indiana
  34. West Virginia
  35. New Mexico
  36. Alabama
  37. Illinois
  38. District Of Columbia
  39. Missouri
  40. Kansas
  41. Georgia
  42. South Carolina
  43. Nevada
  44. Hawaii
  45. Maryland
  46. Oklahoma
  47. Virginia
  48. North Carolina
  49. Mississippi
  50. Arizona
  51. Kentucky

The strange news data was also broken down by city, which resulted in New York City easily winning the strangest city crown. A few of the strange news stories out of New York City included:

"Businessman accused of demanding dentures with gun"
"Turtles crawl on runway, delay flights at JFK"
"Goat wanders into nursing home in the Bronx"

Here are the top 75 strangest cities according to's rankings:

  1. New York City, NY
  2. Lincoln, NE
  3. Madison, WI
  4. Philadelphia, PA
  5. Chicago, IL
  6. Cinncinnati, OH
  7. Boston, MA
  8. Detroit, MI
  9. Dallas, TX
  10. Pittsburgh, PA
  11. Columbus, OH
  12. Salt Lake City, UT
  13. Des Moines, IA
  14. Portland, OR
  15. San Antonio, TX
  16. Cleveland, OH
  17. Sheboygan, WI
  18. Fairbanks, AK
  19. Denver, CO
  20. Tampa, FL
  21. Milwaukee, WI
  22. San Diego, CA
  23. Fort Pierce, FL
  24. Salem, OR
  25. Albuquerque, NM
  26. Boulder, CO
  27. Houston, TX
  28. Los Angeles, CA
  29. Anchorage, AK
  30. Portsmouth, NH
  31. Port St. Lucie, FL
  32. Omaha, NE
  33. Springfield, MA
  34. Raleigh, NC
  35. Miami, FL
  36. Orlando, FL
  37. Portland, ME
  38. Colorado Springs, CO
  39. Spokane, WA
  40. Little Rock, AR
  41. Iowa City, IA
  42. Monroe, LA
  43. Billings, MT
  44. Manchester, NH
  45. Trenton, NJ
  46. Bethlehem, PA
  47. Harrisburg, PA
  48. Providence, RI
  49. Fort Worth, TX
  50. Indianapolis, IN
  51. Birmingham, AL
  52. Fort Smith, AR
  53. Boyton Beach, FL
  54. Naples, FL
  55. Sarasota, FL
  56. West Palm Beach, FL
  57. Boise, ID
  58. South Bend, IN
  59. Wichita, KS
  60. Helena, MT
  61. Salem, NH
  62. Dayton, OH
  63. Toledo, OH
  64. Columbia, SC
  65. Charleston, WV
  66. Cheyenne, WY
  67. Tulsa, OK
  68. Tallahassee, FL
  69. Austin, TX
  70. Reno, NV
  71. Atlanta, GA
  72. Seattle, WA
  73. Kansas City, MO
  74. Honolulu, HI
  75. Minneapolis, MN

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