Not every ghost town is scary. There’s one in Middlesex County that is strikingly beautiful, despite having been abandoned. In fact, it was the backdrop for two movies, in addition to being featured in the music video for Billy Joel’s “The River of Dreams,” which was filmed just a few years before it was deserted. It’s been abandoned for twenty years now, but it’s still on the market!

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Watch this video of Johnsonville Village and prepare to be transported to a different era! With a town as gorgeous as this, I can’t believe the people ever left!

Thought this ghost town was pretty cool? Check out these abandoned theme park in Connecticut for even more urban exploration!

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