google's ghost city

Google takes an age old mapmaker's trick and brings it forward to our generation: create a ghost city on a map, so that if someone steals your map, you'll know it's your copyright-protected property.

Argleton is a fictitious town in the United Kingdom that exists only on Google maps. But not in reality.

(If you don't believe the internet, you should get in your car and drive to "Argleton" right now.) Could we bury a treasure there? Check in on FourSquare? Start an Argleton scene?

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