A Town Named Migrate, KY

In a Wall Street Journal article about winning the American green card lottery due to a computer error, there’s a great anecdote:

In the days when the lottery was paper-based, the State Department’s Kentucky Consular Center, which handles the program, created a post-office address with a fictitious city named Migrate, Ky., putting the address on applications. Applicants mailed their forms to the city and lottery winners who eventually settled in the U.S. would sometimes search in vain for Migrate on the U.S. map.