Welcome to one of the best-preserved ghost towns in Montana. It’s been deserted since the 1930s and once boasted with hotels, stores, saloons, schools, and even had a weekly newspaper.
The town of Garnet was actually born in 1895 but faded out when resources became depleted and the struggles of the Great Depression put the ultimate death nail into this once booming town.
It looks like an ordinary town, however many have said it’s one of the most active ghost towns in America.
Volunteers are chosen annually to work as tour guides and to help with the preservation of the town. You won’t be paid for staying here… however, your food and housing are all covered by the government.
Don’t expect internet or electricity or running water for that matter. But, there are a few ghosts to wake you up throughout the night.
A chance to really get to know the ghosts at Garnet Ghost Town is one of the benefits of a volunteer residency summer program at the historic site.
Mary Jane Adams, 93 years young, is the last living person to have lived in Garnet during the end of the Gold Rush in the early1900s. Sadly she passed away in 2010.
Source : spiritexpedition.com