Big Nose Kate's Saloon, Tombstone, AZ - opened in 1881 as The Grand Hotel, which boasted fine dining and catered to everyone from locals to out of towners. The Clantons and the McLaurys stayed there the night before three of them were killed in the shootout at the OK Corral. There is much activity surrounding the building including apparitions, objects moving on their own, doors and cupboards opening and closing on their own, cold spots, footfalls, disembodied voices and much, much more.
Nellie Cashman was a driving force in the hay day of Tombstone, AZ. She is known as "The Angel of the Mining Camps." Business owner, activist, prospector. Stay tuned for pictures of my trip to the restaurant she once owned.
Crystal Palace, Tombstone, AZ, established 1878. This place has had a rough life, between a fire in its early years, gunfights, having the second story ripped off, losing the original mahogany bar during prohibition...Luckily its found some owners who've restored it inside and out. This place is simply a great watering hole. Drink the Old Overholt rye whiskey on the rocks when you're here...and then walk to your hotel.