Eye on Texas brings you the letter B for Best, Texas - a very, very small unincorporated community in western Texas. In 2000 it had a population of two people. However, oil was discovered in the area in 1923, there was a railroad switching yard established in 1924, and over 3500 people by 1925.
A common slogan was " the town with the Best name in the world and worst reputation." Guess things got a bit wild.
Sadly, by 1945 the town was in a huge decline, and is now a bump in the road.
Bonus Aspect - a quip from our Downton Abbey Dowager -
"Why does everyday involve a fight with an American?"