The Creepiest Ghost Town In Alaska Is The Stuff Nightmares Are Made Of

This abandoned homestead near Nome is a true ghost town in northwestern Alaska. Pilgrim Hot Springs lies on the Seward Peninsula. The hot springs have attracted several different eras of inhabitants over the years but currently, the handful of remaining structures are sinking into the swampy ground. This dilapidated homestead is falling apart and surrounded by steam from the hot springs water. The echoes of the past are alive and well at Pilgrim Hot Springs, a creepy spot to visit.

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