Here’s The Story Behind The Strange Ghost Sculptures In The Nevada Desert

If you’ve ever visited the ghost town of Rhyolite on the eastern edge of Death Valley National Park, you probably noticed there’s something a bit strange about this region of the desert. Adjacent to the ghost town remains is a funky and free sculpture park called the Goldwell Open Air Museum. The outdoor attraction features bizarre statues and sculptures, most notably a piece known as “The Last Supper.”  Read on if you’ve ever seen these ghost-like sculptures in the desert and wondered “Why?”

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Address: Goldwell Open Air Museum, 1 Golden St, Beatty, NV 89003, USA