More than 80 years have passed since the last service was held in this church. It served Bodie Methodists for 50 years on the corner of Green and Fuller streets. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Coins thrown by visitors rest with ghosts on a bed in the Miller house. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
A man named Seiler lived in this house, and he owned a saloon on the corner of Union and Main streets. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
The Murphy House is one of the buildings visitors easily can peer inside on their tour of Bodie. Interiors remain as they were left, still furnished and stocked with goods, and the rangers with the California State Parks do not disturb the disarray. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
A dust devil swirls around Bodie. The School House in the foreground of this northwest view of central Bodie along Green Street was originally the Bon Ton Lodging House when built in 1879. The first school was burned down two blocks away by a 19th-century juvenile delinquent. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
A cloud creates a shadow in the far valley past the Occidental Barn. Weather extremes in Bodie range from warm with high temperatures in the 80s during summer, and winter temperatures dipping below zero, with snow drifts up to 20 feet high. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
A quick peek into a dusty window finds open caskets in the Morgue. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

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