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Situated over 8,300 ft. high in the Sierra Nevadas, the gold mining ghost town of Bodie, California is a forlorn sight. It is hard to imagine that it was once a booming, thriving, city of 8,000, notorious for its wicked men and climate. Today, the men are gone, but the climate remains.

Bodie is the largest, and best preserved, ghost town in the American West. It
became a California State Historical Park in 1962 and is carefully preserved in a state of 'arrested decay.'

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