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At one time, the men outnumbered the women nearly 200 to 1 in Wallace, Idaho, making huge profits for the five brothels along the town’s main street. But only the Oasis Rooms have been preserved. 

After catching word that they were on the brink of an FBI invasion, its occupants fled and never returned. Today the building is the Oasis Bordello Museum, preserved exactly like it was the night the girls fled back in January of 1988. The museum is full of scantily clad mannequins, J.C Penny catalogs, Atari 5200 games and other relics of the mundane life of a 1980s prostitute.