I’ve written several original “campfire” ghost stories, like those that I heard as a boy while camping with family or friends. I’ve posted some of my favorites here for you to enjoy. For each story, you will find both an audio version of me reading the story and a printable version for those who want…
Many people ask me about where ghosts come from and how they materialize. This post explains my best theory about the origins of ghosts.
Tombstone’s original city hall was built in 1882 and has been in use ever since. Today, the city Marshal’s office is in that building, but it housed our entire city hall up until 2007.
Boothill Graveyard is one of the first stops for many guests in Tombstone. This post introduces Boothill, including a “roll call” of all the people buried there.
The Tombstone Mining District covered about 100 square miles and included 60 mines that produced more then $38 million of silver, gold, copper, and other metals and minerals. This post introduces the mining district.
Our guests often want to know, “How many people lived in Tombstone back in the day?” This post answers that question.
I work at the Goodenough Mine in Tombstone, Arizona and this blog provides additional information for the guests who take one of my three tours. Goodenough Mine Tour. This tour goes 110 feet deep into a real 1881 silver mine. Along the way, I tell about silver mining in Tombstone and demonstrate the techniques they…