The remains of a dead town, often located in the western United States. Once thriving, prosperous communities, with economies usually rooted in mining or prospecting, ghost towns quickly became deserted when the gold or silver was mined out. Now they stand as reminders of the optimistic promise of the western frontier, where boom and bust were often just days apart.

And yes, sometimes they are haunted...

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