WASHINGTON — When you think of a ghost town, most likely you envision a rundown former mining town in the high deserts of the west. In part, this is true. A typical ghost town is usually an abandoned village, town, or city that has failed due to a lack of economic activity or natural or human-caused disasters.
However, there are many historic ghost towns that are still inhabited by people and have become rather lively places to visit.
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