Over the past few years, I've written several ghost stories that are similiar to those I used to enjoy while watching a campfire on a trip with some of my friends. While all of these stories are fiction, they are set in Tombstone or the surrounding countryside and include characters who may have been found in the town. I enjoyed writing and recording these stories and hope that you enjoy them, too.
Billy Typhon. Billy is a mysterious stranger who watches an even more mysterious activity in the middle of Allen Street on a chilly October afternoon.
Cathy Scott.Cathy Scott couldn't shake that feeling that she had been a citizen of Tombstone sometime before, but the odd store that had just opened seemed to beckon her back to an earlier life.
Crazy Eddie. Crazy Eddie died in 1929 and it's pretty safe to say that no one was sorry to see him go. Then his story was told...
Jack Dunlap. 3-Fingered Jack is buried at Boothill. Here is a fanciful story about how he got that name.
John Slaughter. John Slaughter was an old lawman who was said to always get his man -- alive or dead.
Joseph Davis. Joseph Davis was ambushed in the desert and would have lost his life except for the strange ride he took on a train.
Klondike Mike. Klondike Mike had a crazy tale about a woman and a silver ribbon. But just how crazy was his story?
Neezer. Ghosts have a union -- and go on strike??? This humorous ghost story introduces you to the Ghost Union of Tombstone and its president.
Pale Horse. No one can remember the first day the pale horse was seen in Tombstone, but they sure remember its last day.
Reunion. Reunion tells the tale about the day the ghosts came back to re-fight the Gunfight at the OK Corral.
Tommy Cooper. Tommy Cooper was going back to Tombstone for Christmas with gifts for his wife and daughter, but they never forgot Santa's visit this year.