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Ghosttowns.com
05-14-1998, 10:30 AM
Originally posted by Kevin

: I'm doing some research on ghost town tourism, and am trying to determine
: the top 5 most visited for the states listed above, or
: truly GREAT towns to visit that are relatively unknown.
: Any opinions, thoughts, or facts are welcomed.
: Thanks.

Ghosttowns.com
05-15-1998, 12:50 PM
Originally posted by Todd Underwood

: : I'm doing some research on ghost town tourism, and am trying to determine
: : the top 5 most visited for the states listed above, or
: : truly GREAT towns to visit that are relatively unknown.
: : Any opinions, thoughts, or facts are welcomed.
: : Thanks.

: Which states listed above are you talking about??

Ghosttowns.com
06-07-1998, 12:24 PM
Originally posted by Tom

: : I'm doing some research on ghost town tourism, and am trying to determine
: : the top 5 most visited for the states listed above, or
: : truly GREAT towns to visit that are relatively unknown.
: : Any opinions, thoughts, or facts are welcomed.
: : Thanks.

: Kevin,

: Here in Arizona, the best tourist ghost towns would have to be Jerome, Tombstone, and Bisbee.

: The best deserted ones in my opinion are Ruby, Duquesne, Kentucky Camp, and Swansea. Of those little known, there is a site near tombstone called Boquillas which is not listed anywhere as being a ghost town. If you would like to see some photos of these sites, I can send you some scanned photos if you are able to receive the appropriate formats.

: Here is my e-mail address:

: tsm@gci-net.com

Ghosttowns.com
07-10-1998, 04:04 PM
Originally posted by Libby Genger

: : :I am looking for a ghost town in Northern California that is a weekend getaway for families and friends. The weekend includes the stay in a real ghost town with real haunting. Fun for everyone. Do you know of such a place?

: Thanks!

: Libby Genger