BREAKING NEWS – Bradian, Vancouver (Canada) – A gold mining ghost town surrounded by majestic snow-capped peaks in Canada’s most western province can now be purchased for $1 million. That’s the asking price for the abandoned 50-acre town of Bradian, one of many towns built during British Columbia’s gold mining heyday. It comes complete with streets, vacant lots and 22 empty homes that were built 80 years ago. Upon hearing this news, the mayor of Detroit Mike Duggan put his impoverished city on the market for the exact same price, but after doing an appraisal, local realtors concluded that the asking price should be around $2 million dollars lower.