|Oklahoma Ghost Towns|
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There are six classes of "Ghost Towns",
but we are mainly concerned with the first four:
- Scattered rubble or site where nature has reclaimed the land
- Roofless buildings or partialy demolished buildings
- Boarded up or abandoned buildings, no population.
- A community with many abandoned buildings and a small population of residents.
- Historic community or town, functional, but much smaller than in its boom years.
- A restored town, state park, or replica of an old town, community or fort.
We would also to post your "Ghost" Stories. If you have a Ghost Story or a Haunting you would like to see posted on this website, please e-mail the coordinator or Donna Dreyer
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USA Ghost Towns
If you would like to adopt a "State" and be the host for the American History & Genealogy Project "Topic" - Ghost Towns, please e-mail Trisha Bleau.
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