A slideshow from Mother Nature Network recently named 12 U.S. places where your visit could double the population — places with a population of one or fewer.
Although they did name Tenney, Minnesota — a place we’ve visited twice for our sister project GhostsofMN.com — they neglected to mention any North Dakota places. So here we present our own list of North Dakota’s loneliest places.
Stady, North Dakota
Ghost town. No residents.
Nanson, North Dakota – Population zero. Life after people.
Griffin, North Dakota – One farm in the area.
Eastedge, North Dakota – True ghost town, population zero.
Deisem, North Dakota – Only a crumbling church remains of what was once Deisem.
Omemee, North Dakota – Zero population.
Sherbrooke, North Dakota – Another true ghost town. Foundations and two abandoned homes.