This Abandoned Ghost Town In North Dakota Is Hauntingly Beautiful

In Williams County, North Dakota, there’s a true ghost town called Temple. It was established in 1906 and originally called Haarstad after Ole G. Haarstad, the township postmaster and townsite owner.

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A YouTube user took the following video of the abandoned town. He even walked through some of the structures.

Temple essentially shut down in 1965 when the post office closed, but a few residents remained. Today, it’s completely abandoned. Have you ever been there?