It was made famous by an american author named 'mark Twain' because it is his birthplace. He was a writer of the late 1800's and spoke out against racism and bigotry of the white american society of the time.
Lover's Leap is a place where two American Indian Lovers were perused and then took their own lives by throwing themselves off rather than be caught and killed by the tribes that did not want them to marry. It was probably 200-300 meters above the elevation of the forest below. These expired slide films are a first for me, so I didn't know what to expect. They had a slight magenta fog to them when I scanned them in, but correcting that was simple.