I'm digging the phonetic spelling! Good stuff!
The easiest way to find "interesting stuff" is to pick up some books on Arizona history. Go out and check out the places you read about. Some of the old mining towns (ghost towns now) are still there, way off the beaten path. It's fun to check out buildings and machinery from the 1800's and early 1900's. The area around Crown King and south east of Superior and Florence have tons of such places, not to mention a large stretch between Wickenburg and Kingman. Poke around for some history on the settling of Wickenburg and the Hassayampa River area. The things that the natives did to the pioneers will make you gasp in horror! If course, we took their land, so I think the actions of the natives were justified, but that's for another thread.
Petroglyphs (hieroglyphs as you call them, though that is not accurate. Hieroglyphs are in Egypt, although there are a few other cultures that used them as well.) are all over the place. South Mountain, "A" Mountain, various North Phoenix locations, Cave Creek and Carefree. There are many petroglyph and ancient structure sites on the mesas near I-17 and Black Canyon City. Petroglyphs abound in Winslow, Holbrook, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, and Eastern Arizona (azbackpackr has them in her backyard.
Sedona, the Wet Beaver Creek area and some other canyons in that area also sport petroglyphs. The most popular spot to see them is probably the ironically named Hieroglyphic Trail in the Superstitions. There are also petroglyphs south of Florence. Oh yeah, the Grand Canyon too, but you really need to know where to look there.
I know this info is somewhat vague, and it is on purpose since I do not know you. Think of this post as just another bit of "mystery type of stuff." Have fun!
"I'm not a vegetarian because I love animals; I'm a vegetarian because I hate plants." A. Whitney Brown