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    GHOST TOWN COUNTY Description
    Albert Gillespie Lyndon B. Johnson attented school there
    Aldine 7-1-10 Uvalde A cemetery & old schoolhouse remain
    Anhalt Comal On the way to Boerne
    Baby Head Llano Not on the State map
    Bankersmith 12-14-09 Kendall An old railroad tunnel remains, sanctuary for thousands of bats
    Bear Creek Settlement 7-16-13 Kimble A cemetery remains
    Bluffton Llano Bluffton II, ghost town under water
    Blewett Uvalde Nothing left but holes in the ground
    Brambletye 7-16-13 Kimble Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
    Calf Creek 3-15-14 McCulloch Bowie's big fight before the Alamo
    Camp San Saba 12-20-09 McCulloch Site of Civil War Camp San Saba
    Camp Verde Kerr Former home of the Texas Camel Corps
    Capitola 5-25-10 Mason Left to the elements when road was altered
    Carta Valley Edwards Population 20
    Cele 3-2-11 Travis Near Mason
    Center City Mills Ghost town with a historic tree
    Chesser Valley Community 6-30-14 Mills Remembered with a monument
    Cleo Kimble And mysterious stone carvings
    Click Llano On unnamed County Road
    Cline 12-11-09 Uvalde Not on the county map
    Copperas Kimble Ghost town with a historic church
    Corn Hill Williamson Near Georgetown and Austin
    Crabapple Gillespie Ghost with church, creek and cemetery
    Dabney Uvalde Nothing left but holes in the ground
    Democrat Mills Two cemeteries and a church
    Doole McCulloch The concrete coliseum
    Duval Travis Incorporated into greater Austin
    East Sweden McCulloch Ghost with church, historical markers & bridge
    Eckert Gillespie Not on the State map
    Elstone 3-19-10 Medina Once a cotton town
    Exile Uvalde-Edwards Not on the county map
    Fairland Burnet Not on the State map
    Fly Medina Ghost town with a haunted schoolhouse
    Fly Gap Mason Near Mason
    Friendship 5-18-11 Williamson Now under Lake Granger
    Fort McKavett Menard State Historic Site
    Goforth 10-29-12 Hays Not on the State map
    Grapetown Gillespie German ghosttown with stone structures
    Gruene 5-8-14 Comal Texas' Most Successful Ghost Town
    Grundyville Lampasas Not on the map
    Harkeyville 2-23-11 San Saba Once famous for its horses and racetrack
    Heard 7-1-10 Uvalde A cemetery & old schoolhouse remain
    Hedwigs Hill 5-24-10 Mason One of oldest communities in Mason County
    Henze 6-30-12 Edwards Found on vintage maps
    Hilda 4-26-11 Mason Historic church & cemetery
    Hoover's Valley Burnet A cemetery and scattered houses
    Kickapoo 6-30-12 Edwards Historical markers remain
    Lake Victor Burnet Not on the State map
    London Kimble AKA London Town
    Lone Grove Llano Population 50
    Loyal Valley Mason One of the county's oldest communities
    Luckenbach Gillespie You've heard about it; now see it
    Marco McCulloch Not on the County map
    Merrilltown 12-18-09 Travis Annexed by Austin
    Moline Lampasas Population 40
    Montell Uvalde Once the site of a Spanish Mission
    Morris Ranch Gillespie More horses than Luckenbach but less music
    Nameless Travis On Nameless Road, Near Nameless Cave
    Nix Lampasas Former crossroads
    Noxville Kimble Near James River
    Old D'Hanis Medina A cemetery
    Oxford 6-29-11 Llano The Cemetery at "Cat Town"
    Pear Valley McCulloch Not on the state map
    Peyton Colony Blanco With a historic church
    Regency Mills With a historic suspension bridge
    Republic 6-7-13 Llano On private property today
    Saline Menard AKA Saline Community
    Salt Gap McCulloch Not on the state map
    Segovia Kimble Began life in the early 1860s
    Shady Grove Burnet Not on the State map
    Teacup Kimble Named for Teacup Mountain
    Telegraph Kimble Population: 0003
    The Ditch 4-25-09 Uvalde Only the cemetery remains
    Three Points Travis Absorbed into other communties
    Trio Uvalde Haunted schoolhouse
    Vance 9-7-11 Real Buried treasure?
    Verand 3-1-11 Schleicher Settled by Vermonters
    Watson Burnet Not on the State map
    Welfare 6-15-10 Kendall Old schoolhouse Texas historic landmark
    Wesson Comal Going postal in the Hill Country
    West Sweden McCulloch Not on the State map
    Whiteland McCulloch Not on the State map
    Zodiac 3-8-12 Gillespie A centennial marker marks the site
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