Grafton, Utah is perhaps the USA's best-known true "ghost town". It was settled in an area south of what is now Zion Park in 1859. Between flooding, silting of its river, and attacks from the native population, it was more or less completely abandoned by 1920. Gone, but not forgotten: with the dawn of the movie age, Grafton was used in the first outdoor "talkie" movie in 1929 and later in the 1969 classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Check out Grafton from above in this drone video by NOSTROMO.