CO Posted in Colorado January 10, 2016 by Annie 14 More Towns In Colorado That Have The Strangest Names You’ll Ever See (Part II) Last summer, we brought you 13 of the strangest town names in all of Colorado. Lucky for us, the list doesn’t stop there! Here are 14 more funny, wacky and just plain bizarre Colorado towns: 1. Bedrock Wikimedia Commons Located in Montrose County, Bedrock is a page right out of history that promises its residents a yabba dabba doo time! 2. Spook City Flickr/Neil Howard In my mind, this is what the old mining town looks like... so I most likely won't be visiting anytime soon. 3. Swink Flickr/Craig Sunter I call it "Schlink"--because it's more fun to say! 4. Mumper Corner Flickr/Tony Alter Mumper Corner, Colorado? I find the name (and the fact that I have never heard of this Greeley suburb) just plain confusing. 5. Stoner Flickr/Don Hankins No caption needed for this town located "high" up the Western Slope. 6. Old Roach Flickr/tom spinker You couldn't kill this Larimer County ghost town if you tried! 7. Bountiful Flickr/Angelbattle bros What it lacks in Google search results it makes up in literally everything else. 8. Wide Awake Flickr/Patrick My toddler would like to challenge this ghost town at 6 a.m. ... We'll see who's *really* wide awake! 9. Sawpit Flickr/Bernat Casero You can't make this stuff up, folks. 10. Sugar City Flickr/Craig Baerwaldt Who wants to move with me to this magical sounding Crowley County town?! 11. Troublesome. Flickr/Allie Holzman The town your mother warned you about... 12. Security-Widefield Flickr/Craig Sunter And I thought Fort Collins was a pain to write! 13. Fink Flickr/Miquel Lleixà Mora The snitchiest town in all of Colorado. 14. Holy Moses Flickr/Vassilis When you say the name, be sure to sound scared, shocked, and/or excited. Do you live in any of these towns? Let us know in the comments!