Have you ever been to an ghost town? tell me your experience please!!! Where is the best ghost town to go to in US? i will give 10 points to someone who has the longest answer!!! in case your not sure what i mean by ghost town, (towns that are vacant or only have few ppl living and have alot of closed business or stores and also very old)
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Are there any well preserved Ghost Towns? Besides the Tourist Taps like Tombstone. Can You Please Give A Little Bit Of Information. Maybe Like What Is Still Standing? Where is it Located? What is the Name of It? Things Like That. Thanks
My friends and I have been interested in visiting a ghost town or two this summer, preferably less than a day's drive away, but it seems like every ghost town I see online mentions how it has a tour a community supporting it. As much as I like the idea of preserving history, it kinda turns me away …
i saw ghost town today and i loved EVERY song they had, but i can't remember the songs from the movie. i thought id find them online, but i cant. anyone know where to find it?
im going to the grand canyon this summer and im thinking it would be cool if there were any nice ghost towns to visit on the way from los angeles, are there any first of all on the route there? if there are, or maybe even a little off the route, which ones are worth going? PERFECT! i love haunted ghost townss! thank you!!!
I am going to film a Western movie and I am looking for an old western town or ghost town to film in. One in California would be the easiest since that is where i live. I've seen a few online, but they are mostly tourist sites so I feel it would be hard to get decent shots of my characters without tourists in the background. Please help.
How frequently do users of community-based sites abandon their registration attempt? And how does that correspond to how painful we make the registration process? I'm working on an e-commerce application for a cool little company. Their products serve a fairly passionate audience, so we thought it would be great to let users rate products and write reviews, a'la Amazon. My client is trying to force people to fill out a long registration page and validate the users email before they can participate. I'm worried that this will deter users from participating in the first place and suggested we either trim down the registration process or let them log in with their Facebook ID (via Facebook Connect). The client seems hesitant because then they won't "...own the user's data." Sigh. They guy responds well to arguments based on statistical data. I know from anecdotal experience that the more painless you can make registration, the greater your community will grow. Does a
I want to see/feel the wild west but I don't know where to find a well preserved ghost town with a lot of history. A town where gunfights, bank robberies, gambling, saloon fight was the day to day, just like wee see in movies.
What do the cool dead kids listen to? I'm looking for vintage spooky pop with a particular flavor: that sparse, echo-y Day-O/Ghost Town mournful message from beyond-the-grave sound. With a beat. Additional details: Dead Man's Party is too lively, Portishead is too modern. The answer may be dub or fado, but I don't really know those genres, so specific tracks would be much appreciated.
we are shooting a horror film and we are looking for a ghost town that perhaps has a hospital in it, scary woods and victorian style homes. We're from NYC so it can't be west coast or anything, PA, NY, NJ all good. it needs to look creepy without actually being dangerous to our crew. Thanks!
I've seen a lot about China's pollution issues recently (and its highly probable link to overpopulation). But I also see random articles on these "ghost" towns where either they've been built in anticipation of people moving in or were abandoned after some market went under. Moving successful busin…
Where can I find ghost towns in the United States? Not tourist attractions like "wild west towns" but real abandoned places.
I'm going on a cross-country road trip this summer, and I'm looking for abandoned towns that I can stop in to take some interesting pictures. We'll be traveling through Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, California, Baja California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Misso…
in your opinion? Jerome? Tombstone? Bisbee? or a different town not named above. I'd like to hear from people that have actually been to these places and have first hand knowledge.
I'm from Hamilton, Ohio, and today it is basically a ghost town. Though it is falling apart today, it is filled with awesome history. - Hamilton, OH used to be referred to as "Little Chicago", as many of the gangsters had safehouses here, and the prostitution and gambling businesses were so huge …
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I'd love to go and explore around a ghost town/deserted town, etc.. I see photos of some occasionally, and they always look very cool. Huge buildings without any windows, houses that have trees growing inside them, etc.. How can you find those types of places? I'm in Southern California, and would…
I read the book when I was little so it should be from before 1980 or early 80 at most. The story is about a pig and some other animals that live in a little town, some of the naimals are leaving because there is a ghost. The ghost is non other thatn the wolf trying to sacre everyone one. The pig is the one that put resistance to leave and finds out the ghost is the pig. The book is thin but it is tall maybe more than 15 inches.
Just moved- how can I intercept something sent via overnight mail to my old address without waiting for USPS to forward it to my new address? I moved a week ago and set up mail forwarding with USPS 10/18. I haven't received any forwarded mail yet, and I moved one town away (Oakland to Berkeley in the Bay area) from my old address. Today I got word that an integral part of my Halloween costume got mistakenly shipped today, last-minute, to my old address in Oakland via overnight mail from the east coast. Is there any way to intercept the package somewhere along its route? I'm not totally clear on how the USPS mail forwarding system works. Should I show up at my local USPS early tomorrow morning and ask for my old mail carrier (who knows/likes me, I gave her gift certificates every Xmas)? If I can't track the package down, I'll be going trick-or-treating as a ghost in a floral bedsheet. Help!
My fiance and I are taking our engagement pictures in soon, and we are hoping to find a cool old/historic town along I-5, anywhere between Seattle and Portland that would be great to take our photos at. Any suggestions? I've googled but haven't found any listings, maybe I'm using to wrong words because it keeps pulling up ghost towns! and I definitely do not want that.. LOL. Thanks for any help!
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