Olive Us: Episode 11: Ghost Town

By Gabrielle.

This week’s episode is a special Halloween edition of Olive Us. Featuring a visit to a spooo-oo-ooky Ghost Town!

Fun fact: it was filmed in the real-life ghost town of Grafton, Utah. Which is near the entrance to Zion National Park. Have you ever been?

Enjoy the episode. And Happy Halloween from all of us at Olive us!

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19 thoughts on “Olive Us: Episode 11: Ghost Town”

  1. Jennifer Milton

    who won the method giveaway? I was pretty sure I was going to win :) I can’t seem to find the winner in the usual spot you put it.

    From, A Concerned Dreamer, Jennifer

  2. I LOVED “Ghost Town!” such adorable actors and such a wonderful big brother!
    The ghost winking at the end was delightful!

  3. I have fond memories of going to Grafton for elementary school field trips. There is nothing like having a picnic lunch with your classmates in a spooky ghost town.

  4. How perfect just before Halloween! I loved the adorable illustrations. Our family loves visiting ghost towns and imagining what life might have been like when they were in their heyday. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I’ve been to Grafton many times (grew up in nearby Hurricane)! A great place to shoot an episode. Great job–looking forward to more!

  6. Oh my goodness this is my favourite one yet! It’s just so quirky, artistic and adorable! You guys all had me giggling throughout the whole thing.

  7. I’m also from nearby Hurricane. So fun to see Olive Us at a familiar spot! One of the spookiest halloweens I’ve had was spent there. Your sweet video brings back fun memories!

  8. I’ve been there 13 years Ago, when my son was a Year Old in 1999.
    Next Year he starts for an High School Year- hopefully wie could visit him and Zion National Park again.

    Greetings from Germany,

    Nina

  9. i first visited grafton when i was probably betty’s age and had probably the same thoughts. now i’m lucky enough to live nearby. it is now the home of my all time favorite 10K, Butch Cassidy 10K held every November. I’ll definitely need to show this to the kids before we all run the race next week.

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