OR, Antelope - on the plains of Central Oregon is the tiny town of Antelope, first incorporated in 1871. By 1898 Antelope enjoyed three livery stables, one blacksmith shop, three mercantile stores, four hotels, one meat market, seven saloons, a church, drug store, barber shop, bowling alley, funeral parlor, post office, city hall, jail, and a community center called “Tammany Hall”.
Visit These 5 Creepy Ghost Towns In Oklahoma At Your Own Risk
1. Ingalls- Settled after the 1889 land rush, this busy town had about 150 people living in it. This ghost town was the site of a shootout between the Doolin and Dalton gangs. There is a stone memorial in the town in remembrance of the marshals who were killed.
St. Elmo is a ghost town in Chaffee County, Colorado, United States. Founded in 1880, St. Elmo lies in the heart of the Sawatch Range, 20 miles southwest of Buena Vista. Nearly 2,000 people settled in this town when mining for gold and silver became evident. The mining industry started to decline in the early 1920s, and in 1922 the train discontinued service.