Nevada Town is just like any other small town near the southwestern desert. Few people, culturally behind by about 5 years and pleasant to live in according to the locals. Atomic age military contracts were an economic boom to the town, but have dried up since the mid 1970’s. Now Nevada Town sustains itself through a little agriculture and some mining profits left over from a silver rush in the early part of the 20th century.
It’s all so normal that it’s scary…