Reportedly the world’s largest single rose bush lives in Tombstone, Arizona at the Rose Tree Museum, 4th and Toughnut. Commonly called the Lady Banks, the “lady banksiae” a white rose, came from Scotland in 1885. It covers over 8000 square feet. It blooms in the early spring and is thornless. … Continue reading
Dr. Jay presents some interesting tidbits about Tombstone, the Town too Tough to Die and the Gunfight on Fremont St., also known as the Gunfight at the OK Corral. When you arrive in Tombstone, you want to take this worthwhile and fascinating tour.Continue reading
Tom McLaury defends the Cowboys point of view before the Gunfight at the OK Corral. A Reenactment one of many played out on the streets of Tombstone.Continue reading
An introduction to the real Tombstone, the town too tough to die. Tombstone is a tourist town, granted. However, the people of Tombstone are dedicated to keeping the legend alive.Continue reading
Our thanks to Keith Davis of Goose Flats Graphics and Janice Hendricks of the Tombstone Times for providing historic photographs of Tombstone and Bisbee. We will be using more of these priceless images in upcoming features. You can subscribe to the Monthly Tombstone Times! Receive the Tombstone Times paper edition … Continue reading
I must say, it was a pleasant experience. Not because the Bordello is fancy. It’s not. But the bed was comfortable, the garden and pool area most pleasant. And the hostess, Ms. Lynda, a delight.
The Tombstone Bordello has another advantage. It’s only a five minute walk to THE MAIN EVENT – the OK Corral, Big Nose Kate’s, Crystal Palace, Bird Cage Theater, and the Old Courthouse Museum.
In 2010 the Arizona legislature was willing to let the Old Cochise County Courthouse Museum close in order to save a few bucks. Fortunately, the Tombstone City and Chamber of Commerce saved the day, so you can enjoy this fine museum that tells the real story of Tombstone. A ‘must … Continue reading
The Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper Office The Epitaph is best known for its coverage of the Gunfight at the OK Corral. John Clum, who had been publisher of the Tucson Citizen, now a website, had relocated to Tombstone. Clum, had also been a government employee, and the only one to have … Continue reading