Tombstone, Arizona, the Town too Tough to Die, was a silver boomtown that attracted those hungry for riches and adventure. Famous outlaws and lawmen alike walked the streets of this violent town that became famous for the
notorious gunfight at the OK Corral.
This is a creative fictional re-interpretation that features the people and lifestyle of Tombstone from 1880 through 1883 - but be warned - actual events are fictionalized... the gunfight is quickly approaching, where the Clantons and the McLaurys wait for the Earps and Doc Holliday for that fateful confrontation. The street plans and businesses are all set as they were in September 1881, a mere month before the shootout that will go down in western American History.
Please note: in our story the Earps are the good guys (basically) and fight for law and order.
The Welcome Wagon New in Town? This is the place to introduce yourself. Tell us who you are and what your business is in town.
The Pickle Barrel is where we gather to yarn a little, plot stories, congratulate one another on a particularly snappy post and catch up on the latest gossip otherwise known as announcements. If you're looking for help, this is where you can ask that burning question. Come on in, pull up a chair and get acquainted.
The Deadly Tombstone Epitaph Partnered with our sister novel Deadwood the Deadly Tombstone Epitaph is the best way to find out the latest happenings, gossip and events in the camps.
Tombstone Basics What manner of cuisine can you find in Tombstone, what's Tombstone's population or wondering if you can reasonably obtain a block of ice? Tombstone Basics is host to plenty of information about life in Tombstone.
Historical Map Of Tombstone The camp’s a might big and we wouldn’t want you lost. Get your bearings or find the local saloon while wandering about the streets of Tombstone with this handy map.
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Wyatt Earp, Deputy US Marshal