Visit These Creepy Ghost Towns In Montana At Your Own Risk
You won’t find many states with more ghost towns in Montana. When prospectors struck gold in the 1850s, thriving boomtowns popped up left and right. But when the gold disappeared, so did the people, turning the once populated areas into ghost towns. Not every ghost town in Montana is spooky… in fact, some are fun spots for tourists to visit. But there are some that are rumored to be haunted and even more with violent and wild histories. A visit to the following ghost towns might get you more than you bargained for.
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Which of these do you find most interesting? Any other ghost towns that you’d add to this list?
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