There are more haunted locations in Tombstone than can be covered in a one-hour ghost tour. So, I've created a special day-time tour that visits more than a dozen known haunted locations around town. My hope is that people would take my tour and then later in the evening explore these sites on their own. This webpage includes links to short articles I've written about the paranormal activity in Tombstone.
The articles linked on this page are about the paranormal activity at specific Tombstone locations. For information about ghosts and paranormal activity in general, check out the Ghost Tour page.
Boothill Ghosts. Boothill was the first graveyard in Tombstone and it contains the remains of 273 of our earliest pioneers. This graveyard is one of the most active paranormal sites in Tombstone. Note: this page contains information about the Boothill's paranormal activity. For information about its history, see Boothill Graveyard.
Big Nose Kate's. Big Nose Kate's is a popular bar located at the site of the old Tombstone Grand Hotel and it is the source for plenty of stories about paranormal activity.
Birdcage Theatre. The Birdcage Theatre was one of the wildest places in Tombstone. Today it is a museum with a lot of ghosts hanging around.
Brunckow's Cabin. Brunckow's Cabin is said to be the most haunted location in the entire state of Arizona.
Buford House. George Buford built a wonderful house for his family in 1887, but it is a haunted location today.
Courthouse. The Courthouse is a wonderful museum and haunted location.
Crystal Palace. The Crystal Palace is one of the oldest bars in Arizona, and it has ghosts as an added benefit!
Harwood House. William Harwood was Tombstone's first mayor, but his house is on a haunted street corner.
Haunted Mines. The mines around Tombstone are known haunted locations. Here are just a few of the incidents concerning the mines.