Nestled along the bluffs on the west side of Sweet Swine County, Cow Pie Ridge is the home of the "Corn Cob Hall of Fame." You can be photographed with Corn Cob Elvis (who will never leave the building, we promise!), Corn Cob Nixon and Corn Cob Liberace, as well as Sweet Swine County’s own Aunt Ella and Cousin John and many more. With over 3,952 corn cobs are on display there. Many have been fashioned out of wood and other objects, then painted by Sweet Swine County jail inmates to look like corn cobs. The inmates receive compensation for their work and use their earnings to purchase more corn cobs so they can keep painting them to make more money – a well-thought-out process by the warden. The Corn Cob Hall of Fame is the happy beneficiary of this rehabilitative work!