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Men From Vietnam Purchase America’s Smallest Town And Will Not Disclose Their Plans

April 6, 2012 by  

Men From Vietnam Purchase America’s Smallest Town And Will Not Disclose Their Plans
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The reportedly smallest town in America has been sold to unidentified men from Vietnam for $900,000.

Unidentified men from Vietnam have purchased Buford, a small town in Wyoming.

The two Vietnamese purchased the town from Vietnam Vet Dan Sammons for $900,000. “I think it’s funny how things come full circle,” Sammons said, referring to his time spent in Vietnam. Sammons is considered the mayor and only resident of the tiny town that sits at an altitude of 8,000 feet.

The town was auctioned off on Dec. 31. Dozens of people came to the auction, including two Vietnamese men. After winning the auction, the men left. No one has been able to find out any information about them. Tonjah Andrews, the real estate broker representing the men, will not comment on the future plan for the town.

Buford is billed as the smallest city in the United States. The 10-acre location along Interstate 80 consists of a gas station, a garage, a three-bedroom house and a cabin.

Bryan Nash

Staff writer Bryan Nash has devoted much of his life to searching for the truth behind the lies that the masses never question. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Divinity and is the author of The Messiah's Misfits, Things Unseen and The Backpack Guide to Surviving the University. He has also been a regular contributor to the magazine Biblical Insights.

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  • jopa

    This is like the Japanese after WWII when they started buying up most of Hawaii and started buying into California.History repeating itself only on a smaller scale.

  • Vigilant

    Total foreign ownership of businesses, assets, real estate in the US is roughly 75% European. Most of it is UK.

    Vietnamese ownership is so low it doesn’t even register on the charts.

  • jopa

    This little town in Buford Wyoming may just be the beginning of a massive tunnel system to undermine the whole US.I will contact Jesse Ventura immediately to look into the matter.Stay tuned.

    • s c

      Comrade ‘j,’ you’ve been chummy with both types of ‘aliens’ for far too long. Full-blown paranoia has set in, and your dosage of whatever mind-blowing drug you take for it needs to be increased.
      As far as I’m concerned, unless the guys from Vietnam are Chinese agents, they plan to get rich from selling drugs or shipping weapons overseas, I don’t much give a ____ what they do in Wyoming.
      By the way, your ‘sense of humor’ is on the same level of understanding as ‘who’ does what and ‘how’ it gets done and ‘why,’ comrade.

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