Kitsault ghost town the beautiful canadian town but without population
The term “ghost town” may indicate a deserted area surrounded by desolate scary and dark stories of genes and witches, but it seems that the description does not apply to the city “Kitsult” Canadian, and that changed the concept of ghost town forever!
Kitsult, a ghost town where everything looks beautiful!
The city of Ketsault, on the northern coast of British Columbia in Canada, has beautiful homes along the roads, organized shopping and entertainment centers, landscaped green spaces, and everything that points to a beautiful urban city, but it lacks the most important urban element, the population.
It is a city completely devoid of its inhabitants since 1982.
Although the lights of the city operate around the clock, they are empty on their thorns of human life. The city dates back to 1979, when the molybdenum was discovered and special mines were opened for exploration.
With the boom and price rise, Ketsult became a haven for workers, seekers of money, and the populace, until the molybdenum market collapsed and began to run out, forcing its inhabitants to abandon it and leave it a ghost town free of life.
In 2005, Indian-born businessman Krishnan Suthanteran bought the city for $ 7 million and began to think of reviving it.
Since then, the millionaire has spent an estimated $ 25 million on maintenance and modernization, and a group of caregivers tour homes and residential buildings to check building conditions and make the necessary repairs. They also periodically work on lawn mowing and tree trimming.
Krishnan plans to recover his money invested in the city by converting Ketsault into a center for the LNG industry in British Columbia, so the city’s future depends on the success of his project.