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  • Phil Villarreal Arizona Daily Star

One way the south side's Viking Car Wash manages to scare up some business is its proximity to a haunting mural. The blood-curdling scene features a shrieking, fiery-haired, yellow-eyed demon, a skull and bones sprawled on the ground and a sharp-toothed, spiked beast stomping the skull while roaring.

  • BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The bizarre mural is on a wall at the Viking Car Wash, 1120 S. Sixth Ave. It was painted by Jesus Robles Jr., who is now in prison.

  • Kimberly Matas Arizona Daily Star

Think of it as Old Tucson Studios Lite. Before it was Trail Dust Town, the three-acre conglomeration of Western-style buildings on East Tanque Verde Road was the site of a movie set for a never-completed 1951 Glenn Ford film.

  • David Sanders/Arizona Daily Star

Old Fellows chaplain Jean Dahler starts off a meeting with a prayer. The service group meets regularly but has struggled to recruit new members.

  • PHOTOS BY DAVID SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The Odd Fellows meet a couple times each month at the group's lodge at 1150 N. Palo Verde Blvd.

  • Phil Villarreal Arizona Daily Star

In the middle of the 20th century, there was nothing odd about being an Odd Fellow.

  • Andrea Rivera Arizona Daily Star

"Captain America" attends Pima's Downtown Campus. Well, at least multimedia artist Bruce Butler's version of "Captain America."

  • KELLY PRESNELL / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Bruce Butler's "Captain America" stands on the north side of Pima College's Downtown Campus.

  • Fernanda Echavarri Arizona Daily Star

Is it a lizard or a fish? It's a giant lizard-fish! The "kind-of-random" sculpture sits on the sidewalk on South Third Avenue just north of East 20th Street, across the street from Santa Rita Park.

  • Jamar Younger Arizona Daily Star

If you're ever driving down East Fort Lowell Road west of Alvernon Way, keep an eye out for a 9-foot-tall buzzard standing on the side of the road.

  • Andrea Rivera Arizona Daily Star

A dilapidated building's run as an eyesore at the northeast corner of East Broadway and North Craycroft Road could be coming to an end. The building was at one time a tire shop, but it has been vacant for about 20 years and is in a state of disrepair, said the property's broker, Nancy McClure.

  • Jamar Younger Arizona Daily Star

At first glance, the light pole directly across from the Sun Tran bus shelters at the North Harrison Road and East Speedway park-and-ride lot …