Preservation! That is what we are all about. Ghosttowns.com was
founded in March 1998 with the intent of making the largest and
most up to date online ghost towns and old west historical reference
site for all to see. At ghosttowns.com, we feel it is important
to preserve our heritage and promote the learning and understanding
of our culture. This website is geared toward just that. We hope
that through learning and understanding of our culture will come
an appreciation, and that through this appreciation will come
more efforts to preserve what little there is left. Whether a
true ghost that only a hard core off road enthusiast can get
to, or a semi-ghost anyone can bring that family to, they all
deserve reference on this site. We fully support any preservation
acts for any and all ghost towns and we hope as we get larger
to spearhead a few ourselves.
Todd Underwood Boris Vasilev Rich Rayls
Todd Underwood and Boris Vasilev are the webmasters and Rich Rayls is our account sales representative. All three staff members have been ghosttowning for most of their lives in the southwest and have a lot of experience in the field. We also have some major writing contributors to ghosttowns.com, the most noteworthy being Henry Breckenridge Chenoweth. Henry is a retired ghost towns connoisseur who enjoys writing town histories for us among other editorials he writes for other publications. If you would like to email any of the staff, here are their email addresses.