Tag: Tombstone

Wyatt Earp’s House in Tombstone, Arizona

When going into Tombstone, Arizona near the Boothill graveyard is the former house of Wyatt Earp.

Boothill Grave Yard Outside Tombstone, Arizona

Walked around the Boothill graveyard in Tombstone, Arizona. Upon paying to enter I received the map and then I was free to walk around. They also said that people have been known to see ghosts here. I was not one of those who saw a ghost, however one thing I realized while walking around is …

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A Warning For All From Tombstone

Defund the Police

Doc Holliday’s Room in Tombstone

Doc Holliday, friend of Wyatt Earp, room here in Fly’s Boarding House and Photography Gallery.  Big Nose Kate, Doc’s girlfriend, had come for a visit.  On October 26, 1881 five cowboys gathered outside of Doc’s room in the vacant lot next door, probably waiting to confront Doc.  Wyatt Earp and his brothers, Virgil and Morgan …

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Miss Kitty’s Store in Tombstone

Along the streets of Tombstone, Arizona is Miss Kitty’s store which helps keep all the women dressed in Tombstone fashion.

The Original Bird Cage Theatre of Tombstone

Oldest Profession in the West

Where there was money to be had in the old west there were prostitutes. Prostitutes would actually have license to be able to work in the city and believe it or not there are actually different classifications of prostitutes.  Many worked in saloons, parlor houses, or brothels, but lower grade ones worked in cribs and …

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Wyatt Earp Sights to see Around Tombstone

When visiting Tombstone there are enough sights to see to remind you that Wyatt Earp once lived here. Here are some of the Wyatt Earp sights you can see.

Shootout at the O.K. Corral

Tombstone, Arizona was the site of one of the most famous gunfights in American history between Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, Doc Holliday, Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, Ike Clanton, and 19 year old Billy Clanton.  There was tensions that arose between the cowboys and the Earp’s leading up to the shootout.  The cowboys were …

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Tombstone Courthouse

The Tombstone courthouse was established in 1882 in Cochise County.  Cochise County had numerous conflicts between early settlers and Apache Indians.

Famous Saloons of Tombstone

Here are some famous saloons of Tombstone.  When this town was bustling these were the places to be.

Welcome to Tombstone

Welcome to Tombstone, Arizona. During the 1880’s Tombstone was bigger than Los Angeles, California. This bustling town had a lot going on in the old west. There was gambling, prostitutes, cowboys, mining, shootouts, rattlesnakes, and many other ways people could die in the west. Here are some sights you can see around Tombstone.

Memorial Day 2019

Memorial Day is a time to reflect and remember those who are no longer with us, but are not forgotten.  This year I went to Tombstone, Arizona to see a bit of American history that is being preserved at Tombstone.  One of the most famous gun battles of the old west was the shootout at …

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