Alaska’s Ghost Town, 200 People Disappeared From This Island

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King Island is a small island that sits about 40 miles off the coast of Alaska. The island was “discovered” in 1778 by famous explorer James Cook, who named it after a fellow traveler, James King. But this is no ordinary island

The side of the terrifying island is decorated with nearly 50 spooky-looking houses. And then there’s an element of mystery — where have all the people gone? This stilt village has been abandoned for decades, sparking rumors and fascination.

This island village known as Ukivok is quite a disturbing sight. The tiny hillside town features approximately 45 stilt houses…and no people.

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By 1970, King Island had no more residents remaining. For some reason, they had gone and left a desolate and deserted stilt city.

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