URKHAMMER: THE MYSTERIOUS VANISHING OF AN IOWA TOWN

Among the most mysterious cases about missing cities and towns, we find that of Urkhammer. This rural town in the state of Iowa, United States, seemed the typical city in the middle of the American West that the films illustrate. However, in 1928 something strange happened as the town was left empty. Aerial photographs of the area revealed completely deserted streets. The same situation on local farms, where the grass took over crops and nobody seemed to care.

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