MOST Mysterious Ghost Towns in the US

MOST Mysterious Ghost Towns in the US

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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This robo voice needs 2 unplug its nose !
Haahaaa ☆
I really wanted to watch this video but I had to stop if after 5 seconds because of the narrator
your voice is insufferable
#9 First of all, if that town was abandoned after "150 years" why is there a fucking car in the first picture? Also, that photo of "whoeverthefuck Bodie" is a picture of Wild Bill Hickock you idiot. Bye, not watching any more BS click bait.
Why do you have to fling your hands around so much???
Are you Freaking kidding me, you Used WILD BILL HICKOK'S picture as W. S. Boadie. Shameful! know your history and don't put a picture of someone unless it is him. I am From Deadwood and know all about Wild Bill Hickok so I spotted the mess up instantly.
Bill Hickock is... "Mr. Bodie"? Hmmmm.....
1st one is in gta 5
lose the a-hole. he is a putz.
Sorry, but I'm not into your BS, political advertisement agenda, nor do I like the "Disordered Phobia" affecting the dementia of "Liberal Socialism" that ist infesting the Americas by way of the "New Democratic Socialist Party". So, because you do promote this? I have much doubt that I can trust your channel content to have any truth either.
YouTube ist infested with CGI, Photoshop, Cults, Cons, und Idiots now who will believe almost anything that just anyone wants to show them it seems.
Your "Liberal Socialistic" political "cult" should be right at home here...smiles
Flashes picture of Wild Bill Hickok as the person Bodie named for...These lists would be fun if the creators did their homework. And stopped with the robot voices on many also.
6:33 isn't a picture of thurmond west Virginia, its a picture if delbarton west Virginia. I live here and its no ghost town
Stop yelling ,drama queen.
I love about an hour and a half from Centralia.
Thurmond, WV was a railroad town not a mining town, It is in the southern part of the state not the center, The railroad depot didn't have anything to do with tourism nobody cared about tourism in 1888, The population never reached zero and today stands at 8. Thurmond is part of the new river gorge national park and is largely maintained by the NPS as a tourist attraction.
Past ‘top ten narrator ‘ , still 👎
My aunt used to take me to Virginia City my gosh it brings back memories.
you can visit salton sea
What country is it from l didn’t watch it because it looks to scary

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.