It was like a ghost town.
Our neighborhood has been like a ghost town.
It will leave boarded up premises on Castle Street - the main street - and create a ghost town.
In reality, we'll just become a ghost town if you take our high school away.
If you take away our high school, we'll be a ghost town.
[Referring to why the ghost town is built so far away] Because they're stupid! That's why everybody does anything.
It was like a ghost town. No one made any noises.
East New Orleans is a virtual ghost town.
The main things is, there's very few cars on the road. Very few people anywhere. It's like a ghost town, really.
It's this residential neighborhood we're driving through. There's no cars, no people, just a ghost town.
A lot of things fell apart. It was truly a ghost town. Without revitalization, it would have continued to go down. Until they did all the redeveloping, the properties weren't worth much.
It's like a ghost town out here.
It's like a ghost town out here. I see the random, not so smart people, riding scooters every now and then.
We think what we're doing here will have more of impact of Maggie Valley than whatever happens at Ghost Town.
It was beginning to look like a ghost town in there. I figured they weren't caring too much about it and were just letting it go.
People said things like public transport will not cope, London will become a ghost town, businesses will be driven out and nobody will come to central London to shop any more. None of that has turned out to be true.
Nobody is here. It's dead. It's a complete ghost town. It really is like coming in on the weekend.