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Grab some ghoulishly good deals on Halloween mugs at Walmart ! 🕸️
For a limited time, hurry over to Walmart to score these Halloween Stacking Mugs Sets w/ Storage Rack for only $11.97! Note that some of these are only available in-store or for in-store pickup or local store delivery.
Each set includes four Halloween-inspired mugs from spiderwebs to skulls, jack-o-lanterns, and more! Plus they come with a storage rack that can fit in a cabinet or on your counter to keep them organized and easy to find!
These would also make great gifts for any Halloween fanatic in your life! Or, you could break them up and make four individual gifts with candy, a gift card, or other goodies inside to give to friends, neighbors, or teachers!
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I visited Mark Cuban's Texas ghost town, and 'Mustang' was more barren and mysterious than I ever imagined
- The billionaire Mark Cuban bought the ghost town of Mustang, Texas, in 2021 for about $2 million.
- Cuban has never been there and said he has "zero plans for it" in an email.
- I drove to visit Mustang, population zero. I found no buildings but an intriguing history.
I recently learned that Mark Cuban, the billionaire and former owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team, bought an entire "ghost town'" called Mustang for about $2 million in 2021.
Mustang is about an hour away from the part of Dallas I live in. But until now, I had never come across it — and almost nobody in my circles had, either.
The Census reports that Mustang's population is zero, so maybe that makes sense.
Typically, I would file away this newfound knowledge in the recesses of my mind — an unusual story I could later impress my friends with over coffee or dinner.
But my curiosity refused to wane.
Numerous questions crowded my thoughts: Why would someone be interested in buying a town without people? Is it genuinely abandoned? What might be worth saving there?
I even reached out to Cuban by email to get some answers. He had little to say about it.
"I bought it to help out a basketball buddy who was dying of cancer, he needed it for his family," Cuban, who Forbes said has a $6.2 billion net worth , told me. "I have zero plans for it, I haven't ever been there."
I did some reading. NBC News, who spoke with Mike Turner , a real-estate agent who brokered the deal, said that Cuban bought Mustang from the principal owner, Marty Price , a Dallas attorney and a devoted Mavericks season-ticket holder. The New York Times reported the reason: Price, who died in August 2021 , apparently didn't want to leave his wife and children a hard-to-maintain ghost town .
I wanted to know more, but Turner didn't call me back.
In such moments, a saying often comes to mind, "The cure for ignorance is curiosity."
So I went to Mustang. Yes, I hopped into my car, opened up Google Maps, and drove from my downtown Dallas apartment to a remote town that wasn't even on my radar until last week.
Here's what I found .
Mustang is approximately an hour’s drive south of Dallas, a major city packed with buildings — even its suburbs are dense. But Mustang is surrounded by roads with no buildings.
In rural Texas, you often see large, open pastures with cows and horses. When I got close to Mustang, I wasn't surprised to see cattle ranches lining the roads.
As I exited Interstate 45 and neared Mustang, I was excited to see a highway sign pointing toward the town. I thought I must be close.
The excitement turned to confusion as I drove around for 30 minutes. I couldn't pinpoint where Mustang and the adjacent town, Angus, began. Angus has 458 people, while, according to the most recent Census, Mustang has zero.
Source: US Census Bureau
I tried driving down the few roads Google Maps has marked. They were unpaved, and I saw knocked-down signs and warnings to stay away. I saw a few houses, but no people.
Feeling frustrated, I asked a man working on the side of the road for directions to Mustang. He also had no idea but recommended checking out Stuckey’s, a longtime gas station and convenience store in Angus. But even the store’s clerk hadn’t heard of Mustang.
I next approached the cashier at a grocery store in Angus, who was aware of Mustang. Victory! But all she could tell me was that it was deserted, with its most notable features being a now-demolished strip club and a fire station.
At this point, I was desperate. I showed up at Angus' city hall unannounced. Government officials would have answers, right?
At the city hall, I met Trina Kelley, a secretary who did not share her age — and refused to let me take her picture — but said she has lived in Angus since she was 9 years old.
Kelley — who seemed elated to have someone to talk to — gave me the lowdown on both Angus and Mustang and showed me this map of the greater Angus area.
Kelley said Mustang is the area labeled Mustang Courts, about 75 acres in the middle of Angus.
Kelley explained that Mustang was originally a part of Angus but was disannexed in July 1973 because Mustang locals wanted the freedom to sell liquor, which Angus didn't allow at the time.
In 2006, the Associated Press described Mustang as "carved from a pasture in 1973 to sell alcohol so a beer run was no longer a 60-mile drive to Dallas." The town was "broke, withering and down to about 50 residents," the AP reported.
Kelley said that the two cities became independent entities a few days after the disannexation.
The 2006 Associated Press story described Mustang as having "two dusty streets, a strip club, a boarded-up country western bar, one trash bin and a dilapidated trailer park where the entire population lives." It also had a shed for Mustang's volunteer fire department , the Dallas Morning News reported.
News reports say that pretty much everything has since been razed.
I couldn't find the strip club, Wispers Cabaret, which the Independent reported closed after "a 2008 murder in which a clubgoer was beaten to death that made headlines across the state."
Kelley said Mustang has remained desolate for many years, never truly sustaining a substantial number of residents or buildings.
Before Cuban bought Mustang, it had been on and off the market since 2017.
Kelley said there is now nothing there, adding that Cuban recently agreed to let Angus keep its new fire truck on Mustang land.
Armed with Kelley's information and a new perspective on the map, I hit the road again to try to see Mustang for myself. I passed Angus' water tower for the fourth time.
On the drive to Mustang, I saw several "keep out" signs. What better way to know you're in the South?
I thought my tires would burst driving down the unpaved country roads, but I made it. Behold: The sprawling patch of land that is Mustang.
A few Angus homes surround the Mustang land, including this quaint house listed for $220,000.