Butcher Hollow is in Johnson County Kentucky and home of the world's most famous coal miner's daughter, Loretta Lynn. Her birthplace and family home is nestled between two fog shrouded mountains up a "holler" just two miles southeast of the coal mining camp of Van Lear, Kentucky.
Loretta, her sisters Patsy and Crystal Gayle, sang songs with attitude and pride. They brought their brand of country music to an admiring public, and gained fame and fortune for themselves and new respect for coal miners everywhere.
Directions- from the intersection of Route 460/40/321 in Paintsville, take 321 south for five miles. Turn left on Rt. 1107 and travel 0.9 miles. Turn right on Rt 302 for 1.5 miles, turn left on Millers Creek Road. Stop at Webb's General Store #5 on the right side of the road. Webb's General Store is owned and operated by Loretta Lynn's brother, Herman Webb.
For more information call Webb's General Store at (606) 789-3397.