I wonder what it would be like to be the Halloween Chihuahua In October We Wear Pink Sunflower Pumpkins And Cancer Awareness Shirt last holdout in one of these ghost towns. Are the reasons for staying financial or sentimental? What does it feel like to watch a once vibrant place slowly fade and decay around you? I recall as a child going to the hills of West Virginia to see the ruins of the shack where my grandmother was born in 1917. Nearby there is a cemetery where her Swiss immigrant ancestors are buried. And several family members of her day died of the Spanish flu. Nothing else around but woods and cow pastures now.
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I recently traveled to the Halloween Chihuahua In October We Wear Pink Sunflower Pumpkins And Cancer Awareness Shirt tiny town of Seminole PA, where my grandfather was born in 1912. Out of historic interest and nostalgia, I took some pictures of houses and the ruins of the post office. (the most prominent structure in town) . After I posted some, a local man blasted me for taking/posting pictures of ‘private property’ and ‘unhappy pictures’. Guess I touched a nerve there and took them down out of respect for his point of view. I got lost in a hole reading through that page then the link to all PA ghost towns (I grew up in PA but in CA now).