If you like scary adventures, Goodsprings Nevada – Hunting for Ghosts is a good start :)
Goodsprings Nevada – Hunting for Ghosts
Goodsprings, Nevada is an old mining town about 30 miles from the city.
* You may have heard about this place from the Travel Channel’s TV show ‘Ghost Adventures”
Since 1904 when this town was founded, a lot of things happened. This unincorporated community in Clark County, Nevada was once a very productive mining place. With the construction of the the railroad in 1910–1911, many new buildings appeared, including a school. But as nothing is static, the mining production declined after the World War I, and the population started to move away. There is not too much left today, other than the saloon, a small store, an abandoned cemetery and some decaying buildings.
I was there and didn’t see any ghosts… But it was not at night-time and I was not looking for them either. Fantasy or not, I agree that the town looks kind of spooky and dingy. I wouldn’t want to live there. One of the main places to visit is the Pioneer Saloon, which is said to be haunted.
The Pioneer Saloon and the General Store
The 100 year old building is one of the oldest saloons in Nevada. You can see a lot of historic artifacts inside, and hear stories. One of the well known stories is about Clark Gable and his wife (Carole Lombard)’s tragic accident. The actor was waiting there for news on the airplane crash which resulted in her death.
Don’t worry! if you don’t see any ghosts there, you can at least buy a T-Shirt from the Ghost-Town Cafe :)
I suggest that you to take a trip to Goodsprings Nevada whether it would be for Halloween or just for fun:
The Ghost Hunt tour in Goodsprings. Nevada
I’m proposing to you a four-hour fully guided and narrated tour in this ghost town near Las Vegas. You will walk through the cemetery and hear about local creepy legends.
Book it now and you will have some stories to tell your friends upon your return home :)
Want to see more, there are other exciting ghost tours to haunted Las Vegas places ready for you – Get ready for the Boo! :)
However, if you are young and restless and just looking for fun and excitement, this “RZR Desert Adventure” may be for you. It is the modern day replacement for a horse drown carriage :)
You will will have a 3 hours ride in a Polaris RZR XP1000 UTV through the trails of the Mohave Desert. You will have to be at least 16 years old and have a valid drivers license to be a driver.
Click here for more details and availability