Thanks to Hollywood, Tombstone is famous for a 30-second shootout, called The Gunfight at the OK Corral. Unfortunately, the singular focus on that one event has relegated the best of Tombstone's 140 year history to the dust bin. Our town had schools, the finest resturants in Arizona, a professional baseball team, numerous civic clubs, and other genteel activities. On my historic trolley tour, I show my guests where the gunfights took place, but also share the history of the mines and other important facets of Tombstone's day-to-day life. This webpage includes links to short articles I've written from my research on Tombstone. If you want to know more about the Earps, then this is not the right place for you; but if you want to know how the common folks worked and lived, then you will enjoy my essays.