Ricker Basin, which is also known as Ricker Mills is one of Vermont’s “ghost towns” that was abandoned back in the early 1900’s after two floods devastated the small community. What remains today and is there any truth to the legends and ghost stories surrounding this long abandoned Vermont community? Read the full article here or check out the huge Ricker Basin photo gallery. Check out these Vermont fall foliage framed prints
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Vermonter.com was started back in the mid 1990's as a Vermont resource guide. Since then it has evolved into more of a quirky historical and unusual chronicle of off beat Vermont folklore, myths and legends. It's easy to create a Vermont resource but damn hard to corral all the "good stuff" in one place. But hey, I'm having fun! This website is best enjoyed on a dark, rainy day with a cup of coffee and a loyal dog (or cat) asleep at your feet. So enjoy and have fun. "There be WEIRD stuff here!" Comment below, if you dare!
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