Ghosts have a union — and go on strike??? This humorous ghost story introduces you to the Ghost Union of Tombstone and its president.
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…
The Tombstone City Cemetery is the final resting place for more than 1800 of our citizens who have died since 1884.
Klondike Mike had a crazy tale about a woman and a silver ribbon. But just how crazy was his story?
The Buford House was an old boarding house but is said to be one of the most haunted locations in Tombstone today.
The deaths of Albert Blair and Samuel Barrow was one of the saddest chapters in Tombstone’s history.
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.
Nino Cochise purported to be the grandson of Chief Cochise, but was he a fraud?
Why I use the name “Parson George” for the ghost tour.
No one can remember the first day the pale horse was seen in Tombstone, but they sure remember its last day.
“3-Fingered Jack” is buried at Boothill. Here is a fanciful story about how he got that name.
The original City Hall housed our city government for more than a century and is still home to the city Marshal’s Office.