He had dimples and a professed love for dogs, as evidenced by his Twitter account.
But by the time Freeman, a Los Angeles geologist who liked to look for gold in his spare time, discovered the place in the 1950s it was already a ghost town.
Even worse it was 60 miles south of Las Vegas and 10 miles off the major highway that connects that city to Los Angeles.
Over the years he'd installed a solar farm himself that provides much of the tiny town's electricity.
American Green says it plans to expand that farm and also bottle and sell cannabis-infused water from Nipton's plentiful aquifer, joint moves that would make the town green in more ways than one.
“We are excited to lead the charge for a true Green Rush,” David Gwyther, American Green's president and chief executive, said in a statement.
“The cannabis revolution that's going on here in the US has the power to completely revitalie communities in the same way gold did during the 19th century.” Indeed it was a gold rush that created Nipton in the early 1900s when the precious metal was found nearby.
They continued to hang out, perhaps concurrently with Unglert's revived relationship with Schulman.)also named Diggy Moreland as an "F-boy," as he likes to say.
Moreland dated a total of three women on the show: Lacey Mark, Dominique Alexis, and Jaimi King.
The fourth season was understandably weird — production halted for approximately 10 days in early June due to allegations of sexual misconduct, and that kind of scandal tends to linger — but by the season finale, a pattern seemed to have emerged.