Nivloc, Nevada

 The Nivloc Mine was discovered by a Shoshone Indian in 1907. The name of the mine was taken from the backwards spelling of one of the first mine owners. The mine was reopened in the 1930's and the town featured a Post Office from Oct. 1940 to Nov. 1943. The mine was closed down during WWII and has seen some on and off activity since. 
  The town of Nivloc was rumored to have had only one saloon, perhaps that's why the town became a ghost.

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