California Ghost Town Emerges from Drying Lake Isabella

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A ghost town has emerged from the depths of a California lake after the water dropped to its lowest level ever. A man-made lake located 35 miles northeast of Bakersfield, Lake Isabella reveals the foundation of one of the most tragic Wild West towns, Whiskey Flat. The area around Whiskey Flat, which is famous for gold mining, was the site of the Kernville Massacre, where Native Americans were brutally ambushed by US soldiers during the Civil War era. Now, Lake Isabella has turned into a popular movie location for dramatising old West stories. Read full article here

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