Ever get so fed up with the local laws that you'd like to set them yourself? Well, there's a ghost town for sale in Colorado where you can be the mayor, the police chief and the dog catcher.

FOX's Gary Baumgarten reports: 

Cabin Creek, Colorado, a ghost town in rural Adams County is for sale:

(Johnson) "You've got the old service station, which is about 3,300 square-feet garage. This building was the cafe, that's another couple thousand square-feet. The old motel is about 2,000-2,3000 square feet. There's a little house that's about 1,000 square-feet two bedrooms, one bath."

Current owner James Johnson says that's about it. Folks in Adams County say the town was once owned by a couple who served the best chicken fried steak in the stake in the cafe. But back in the 70's, there was a murder and the town was abandoned.

 Johnson bought it decades ago. He's now trying to unload it for $350,000.

Gary Baumgarten, FOX News.

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