I'll be leading a ghost tour in Tombstone tonight. Come get your tickets at the Goodenough Mine. I'll be seeing you there .
It's a great day to come tour the silver mine in Tombstone. Our first tour goes down at 10 o'clock this morning, but we have tours every hour on the hour. Come and explore the Goodenough mine with me. Even Jenny wants to go!
We have a ghost tour leaving at 6 PM tonight . Come and grab your tickets at the mine ticket office and join me for a wonderful tour looking at Tombstone's paranormal activity .
It looks like it's going to be a great day for a tour in Tombstone. The sun is out and it should get to be a very pleasant 70°. Come on out and join me for a tour of the mine, or a trolley tour of the city. I'll be looking for you in Tombstone.
The Crystal Palace Saloon is one of the oldest continually-operating bars in Arizona. It opened as the Golden Eagle Brewery in 1879 and is still one of the favorite “watering holes” for both locals and guests. The interior is like its 19th century prime and a visit is akin to stepping back in time.
Brunckow’s Cabin is just outside Tombstone, but is said to be the most haunted spot in Arizona.
On December 6, 1879, the Earp brothers pooled their money and filed a mining claim for the “First North Extension of the Mountain Maid Mine.” That claim was roughly rectangular where the short edge ran from the corner of Safford and First down to the corner of Fremont and First. The claim was about 1500…
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.