You can get online access to my 3 Ghost Towns video presentations for the price of $45. Access allows you to watch them in any order and as many times as you want.
You will be paying using my “Second Chance Photography” account on Paypal.
You will receive an email with the link and password following payment. – Chris
Colorado’s mining boom put the state on the map as one of the most lucrative places to be in the late 1800s. Promises of riches brought gold-starry-eyed workers across America by the droves as newcomers quickly assembled towns near medal-laden landscapes on grassy meadows and rocky hillsides. Colorado Ghost Towns offers a peek into the stories of crazy characters, of standoffs in gulches viewed from foggy windows of a once-rowdy brothel, all reminding you why this was the Wild West.
Florida’s bizarre history, obscure happenings, and inexplicable circumstances provide the perfect October setting for some interesting ghost stories. We travel the back roads of Florida, visiting ghost towns of Atsena Otie, Pine Level, Picture City, Koreshan, Pinecrest and others. In addition, we stop at some ghostly locations like St Augustine, Key West, Pensacola, Flamingo and others. It will be a Florida trip will not forget!
With its rich history in mining, Arizona is home to over 200 ghost towns. Unfortunately, majority of these have been reduced to nothing more than the rubble of building foundations or no longer have any trace of civilization and have simply reverted back to empty land. Here are 10 of our favorite ghost towns that have been well preserved (considering Arizona’s harsh climate)… and are actually worth visiting.