Most People Don’t Know The Story Behind The Colorado Ghost Town That Never Died

If there is one thing that Colorado does not lack (aside from great beer, killer views, and awesome people, of course), it is ghost towns. In fact, since the Centennial State first entered the Union in 1876, Colorado has deemed more than 1,500 communities as ghost towns, with 640 remaining today. What is not usual for Colorado, however, are living ghost towns, which is exactly what you will find in this small mountain community:

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