Native author travels to Nevada’s ghost cities and publishes e book about them
RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – From top to bottom, the Nevada government is full of dead cities.
“There are more luxury cities in Nevada than real cities in Nevada,” explained Tracie Barnthouse’s Travel Nevada.
Thanks to several trips across Nevada, Nevada Magazine’s assistant editor Eric Cachinero has now seen almost all of them.
“One trip turned into two. Two became six, six became twelve, and maybe there were others after that, ”he explained.
Certainly the spiritual cities are not the same. Some are in the 19th century, others in the 1940’s. And not all ghost villages are deserted. Those who have them are called ghost cities.
“Tybo is one,” Cachinero said when asked about living in cities. “Manhattan is another. There you will find an old bank room that you can visit. ”
And when asked about his most successful town, he chose one in Lincoln County.
“If I had chosen one I would have chosen Delamar,” he said. “Although it is a ghost city rather than a ghost city.”
The 224-page coffee book is called the city explorer’s odyssey. Click here for more information on this.
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