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David Jorgensen has Hobart Bay all to himself. The year-old has been the sole caretaker for the abandoned logging camp , accessible only via floatplane or boat, for nearly a decade.
The population plummeted from in to just David Jorgensen by Jerome holds simultaneous claims as the smallest incorporated municipality in Arizona and the largest ghost town in America. Founded in , the city grew out of a copper mining camp into the fourth largest city in Arizona Territory.
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Novaculite is a mineral used to make whetstones, and Magnet Cove produces some of the purest novaculite in the world. Until , Vernon housed about businesses employing roughly 55, workers —but was home to only residents. The city kept its population low on purpose. All residences were owned by the city government, which evicted its political rivals and tore down houses to prevent newcomers from moving in.
Over the next few decades, Bonanza grew into a copper, zinc, and silver mining boomtown, home to thousands of miners, two hotels, seven dance halls, a newspaper, a candy store, and even a baseball team. Today the town is mainly a summer vacation getaway. Although as many as people own property in Bonanza today, only one man lives in town year-round: Mark Perkovich , a retired hotshot firefighter who moved in 22 years ago seeking solitude.
Founded on rough terrain with poor soil, Union was the last town settled east of the Connecticut River. Today Union is a quiet residential community that prides itself on its scenic hills, trees, and wildlife. After years of townhood, Hartly faced an existential crisis in The town had no functioning government. Then in December, more than people, mostly out-of-towners, assembled at the local fire station to come up with a plan to save Hartly. They formed a new council and got to work reviving the town, inspiring the documentary A Hope for Hartly.
The show began in , when a navy veteran named Newton Perry figured out a way to breathe underwater using an air hose and a compressor. Today, the mermaids swim and dance alongside manatees, otters, turtles, and even alligators, stopping only occasionally to catch a breath through tubes at the bottom of their tank.
The mayor of Weeki Wachee, Robyn Anderson, is a former mermaid. A man named Tate owned the biggest logging camp, hence the name. After the loggers stripped Tate City of its forests, they moved on and left little behind.
Through most of the 20th century, Lanai was the site of the Dole pineapple plantation, once the most productive in the world. But today, 97 percent of the island belongs to Larry Ellison , founder of the software firm Oracle and the fifth-richest person in the world. That year, Fred Lewies, an Estonian immigrant who owned and operated the Warm River Inn and Rendezvous Dance Hall, incorporated the city so that he could legally serve drinks at his bar. The town has had three mayors: Helen Tuttle owns the Moonshine Store , a country store and restaurant she operates out of a century-old building in the middle of Eastern Illinois farmland.
Each day, Tuttle serves Moonburgers to customers visiting from surrounding farms and sometimes ranging from the far flung corners of 50 states and 45 countries. Tuttle serves a gas-grilled beef patty on run-of-the-mill buns. But guests are invited to jazz them up themselves from a condiment table featuring mustard, mayonnaise, onions, hot pickle relish and horseradish. For years, Moonshine had a second resident: But Roy died in , and now Helen lives alone in the six rooms above the Moonshine Store.
New Amsterdam was born and nearly destroyed on the banks of the Ohio River. Until , the town thrived on the riverbank. In , New Amsterdam celebrated its bicentennial. Beaconsfield may be tiny, but it punches above its weight class in terms of bragging rights. The Iowa town was the birthplace of the Hy-Vee grocery store chain, which operates more than stores in the Midwest. Freeport is a dwindling town that refuses to go softly into the night.
Two years later, the post office tried to leave, too, but Freeport residents put up a fight. They petitioned the U. The post office remains , along with a grain elevator, a church, and five stubborn Kansans. South Park View is quickly disappearing beneath the air traffic of Bowman Field. Since , the Louisville Regional Airport Authority has been buying up homes and relocating residents under the path—and wall-to-wall noise—of arriving and departing planes.
But seven holdouts in South Park View have refused to accept the voluntary buy-outs. Mound got its name because its founders built the town on top of a Native American burial mound.
A century ago, Mound was a collection of cotton plantations owned by a few landed families. In those days, a planter named George S.
Yerger controlled 50, acres and paid his workers in a made-up currency they could only spend at his company store. He also acted as town sheriff and kept prisoners in a subterranean jail buried under his store. Today, corn and soybeans grow in the fields, but the same families still live in their ancestral homes and own much of the land. A gore is an unincorporated area, usually created when land surveyors make mistakes that leave irregularly shaped hunks of unaccounted land between town boundaries.
What have I done? What good for the planet? What good for people? What good for anybody? Historians say it rivaled Williamsburg and Philadelphia among colonial ports, and that George Washington used to pass through town regularly on his way to see his doctor.
Gosnold comprises the Elizabeth Islands off the southern coast of Massachusetts. Most residents live on the island of Cuttyhunk, the town seat. Cuttyhunk is home to a one-room schoolhouse with one teacher and two students. It is only accessible by a ferry which in the winter runs twice a week across Buzzards Bay, carrying food, fuel, mail, and people.
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Erickson presides over the bar with his dog Chopper, who likes to sit on a stool next to the patrons. In the fall, big crowds of hunters visit. In the summer, Funkley gets bikers. Its concrete, steel, and rust aesthetic has landed it on a website that catalogues ugly bridges.
But most infamously, a team of paranormal investigators has claimed the Satartia Bridge is haunted: They saw mysterious floating flights, heard phantom moans, and smelled rotting flesh coming from the water in They suggested the source could be the indigenous Yazoo people, who according to legend were marched into the river to their deaths after refusing to surrender to the conquering French. Another theory claims the river is haunted by the crew of one of the 29 ships sunk here during the Civil War.
Baker is tiny— less than a quarter-square-mile of land. Mark Rinehart took the land over from his father, Max, and now works it with his son, Eric. Until the s, the town was called Burt. When Ismay ended the stunt eight years later, the town had enough money to buy itself a new fire truck and build a community center—named for Joe Montana.
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