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Boot Hill / Tombstone, Arizona

We finally make it to Tombstone’s legendary Boot Hill. The resting place of Clanton’s, McLaury’s, assorted bad guys and ordinary folks – most of who probably died with their boots off – now immortalized at this famous location – though some are marked “Unknown”.

It’s not the only Boot Hill around – just the most famous. A place of graves and ghosts.

Boot Hill 1

Boot Hill 2

 The “Hill” has a nice little tourist shop.

Boot Hill 3

Rose reclining.

Plaques out front.

Boot Hill 5

Boot Hill 4

Tombstones

As cool and clear as an Arizona morning.

And quiet.

Boot Hill 7

Boot Hill 6

Boot Hill 10

Boot Hill 8

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Boot Hill 9

Boot Hill 12

Boot Hill 15

Boot Hill 13

Boot Hill 19

Boot Hill 16

Rose puts her boots on Les. I told her that wasn’t cool.

Boot Hill 17

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Boot Hill 21

Boot Hill 18

The End

7 thoughts on “Boot Hill …

  1. Talk about full of ghosts. Did they whisper to you?

    1. jcalberta says:

      Didn’t see a thing. But I’ve heard that there have been some some strange incidents here. Well .. it is a graveyard after all.

  2. doug clayton says:

    You missed the tombstone of the poor sob who was hung by mistake—all in all I think the graveyard was the real highlight of our visit to Tombstone. Good history lesson on the whole place. >

    1. jcalberta says:

      Your right .. or at least I didn’t get a pic of it. I’m guessing there were more than a couple of folks here that didn’t get a fair trial. or a trial at all.

  3. Rick says:

    Les Moore may have the most famous marker in the West.

    1. jcalberta says:

      I believe you’re probably correct on that one.

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