Deep in the heart of the Missouri Ozarks are remnants of a boom town that went bust. Crumbling foundations, rusty equipment, and a weed-covered quarry are the sole reminders of Phenix. During its heyday of the 1920s, this mining town was home to hundreds of workers who churned out a product that helped build America. The limestone marble was a prized commodity used in the construction of some of America's great buildings- from the Missouri State Capitol and the New York Stock Exchange to Los Angeles City Hall. Join TV journalist Michael Landis in this 45-minute documentary as he searches for remnants of this once-great community that became a ghost town.