A Canadian town named Kitsault. The people here believe that ghosts are living there but it is probably their superstition. Street lights of this city are always on and the city still looks beautiful.The town of Canada, Kitsault is near the Alaskan border situated about 115 kilometers down the gravel road from Terrace. Yet no one has called Kitsault home since 1982.In 1979, Molybdenum was first mined here from the late sixties until the early seventies Molybdenum forms hard, stable carbides in alloys and is often used to provide hardness and corrosion resistance properties to steel. But just as life was getting started in this pristine mountain utopia, the market for molybdenum crashed and the entire town of some 1,200 residents abandoned it.People believe that for this reason no one comes to live in this city and people left many things in their homes. All house hold things are kept safe as it is.More than a hundred single-family homes and duplexes were built, and seven apartment buildings with over two hundred suites. There were a modern hospital and a shopping center, restaurants, banks, a post office, a pub, a pool, a library, and two recreation centers with Jacuzzis, saunas and a theater. Cable television and phone lines were laid underground. The future of the town depends on the success of LNG project.
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