This Hauntingly Beautiful Wyoming Ghost Town Is Plagued With A Tragic Past

Wyoming’s landscape is dotted with ghost towns. These former hotspots were once the place where pioneers and Frontiersmen laid down their heads as they worked to establish their new lives in Wyoming. Sadly, many of these towns succumbed to tragic endings, whether they be economic downfall or physical ruin. Read the sad story of an incredibly interesting Wyoming ghost town below.

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When it comes to ghost towns, there’s no state in the country quite like Wyoming. Learn more about our abandoned history by reading about a few more of our famous deserted cities right here: The Truly Grim Reality Of 11 Deserted Ghost Towns In Wyoming.