Ghost Towns are a part of American history with abandoned towns scattered all over America. These towns are majorly found in Texas and Atlanta. Most of these ghost towns were created after the gold rush of the eighties that brought thousands of people from around the world. These people created hundreds of new buildings and complete cities where they did not exist to use the gold as their lively hood. And since there was no other source of income for the towns, they fell as soon as the gold sources depleted. This is the reason that today most towns located far off in the woods without proper roads leading to them.
Some of the ghost towns are found in Cherokee county in the Blanche and Jamestown region that is connected to the little river area. The area is part in Atlanta and part in Cherokee County. These towns are said to contain hidden treasures worth thousands of dollars. This is one reason that these towns attract people who come with metal detectors to these places to get lucky. The towns are especially very popular among photographers who come to this place to fill their memory cards with loads and loads of memories. The towns serene atmosphere gives the feeling of being alone in a town its not a soul in sight. It a scintillating experience to say the least. The towns become completely different places at night. With the absence of light, the entire town is lit by moon light and star lights. Trekking is the best way to reach these towns because of unavailability of proper roads. Roads which once were created have been eclipsed by forest from which it had initially carved out.