When you think of a ghost town, you probably imagine old wood buildings with an eerie fog and strange sounds, as you walk down its former main street.
There aren't any towns like that (at least I don't think there are), but there are towns in New York State that qualify as "ghost towns."
They've been abandoned, demolished or both.
There's even one that you probably have never heard of, that's in Western New York.
You can find more information at Only In Your State.com and The Historic Path of Cattaraugus County.
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