Lula, Mississippi is actually the nearest town to the riverfront casino in Coahoma County, but that fact has not helped it much. Boarded up buildings and gang graffiti tell the story, although I suppose if a town has gangs, it cannot be considered a ghost town.
Dundee, Mississippi looks a little bigger than the towns above it, and it still has an open elementary school. But this beautiful church, last used as a Masonic lodge apparently, has been allowed to fall into ruins.
Maud, Mississippi has fared no better than Clayton. Of interest is the abandoned residential house on the old Main Street next to the commercial building, which might have been a bank or a mercantile.
This large brick building marks the site of Clayton, Mississippi, another virtual ghost town, although it must be pointed out that most of these towns still have residences. It’s just the businesses and commerce that have been left to rot away.
The little Delta ghost town of Evansville, Mississippi near Tunica seems to be private property now, but this general store has been well-preserved.