The town of Garnet in Montana was established in the 1860s by miners looking for gold and silver
At its peaked there were about 1,000 residents, but Garnet was ravaged by fire in 1912 and later deserted
Locals believe it is haunted with the spirits of former residents, especially children
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is looking for workers to operate Garnet as a tourist stop
There is no electricity or plumbing, but they would be paid and given food and housing
The BLM was inundated with responses after an ad was placed in the local newspaper
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