Forgotten ghost town resurfaces after 60 years because of drought

A drought in Utah's Rockport Reservoir revealed a forgotten town's foundation. Due to the drought, the reservoir has experienced its lowest level recently since being filled 64 years ago. The said town was abandoned and forgotten in 1957 because of a Utah government announcement pertaining to a dam-building project. Wanship Dam now impounds Rockport Lake. Due to the drought, parts of the forgotten town have now been revealed. Source Photo credit: drone shot of Rockport Reservoir ghost town by Devon Dewey