And In 1980, loggers found something incredibly creepy in the hollow trunk of a chestnut oak tree. And fans began to call the thing “Stuckie.” Because it became something of a roadside attraction in Waycross, Georgia. So how did this thing, whatever it is, end up in that tree in the first place?
An Unexpected Discovery
In 1980, a group of loggers working for the Georgia Kraft Corp. happened upon a strange thing hidden inside of a chestnut oak tree that was being loaded onto a lumber truck. The inside of the tree was actually hollow.