Item description for Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of Tombstone, AZ. by Ken Hudnall...
Tombstone, Arizona is one of the most famous of the mining boomtowns. It was also one of the most violent. Within the confines of this old west town are a number of ghosts that still walk the night. Cowboys still look for the Earps and the man in the black frock coat still tries to get to the Wells Fargo Station. The Bird Cage Saloon is still as active as it was in the 1880s. Meet the ghosts as we take a tour of historic Tombstone, Arizona, the town too tough to die.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.67" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Jun 10, 2006
Publisher Omega Press
ISBN 1933951249 ISBN13 9781933951249
Availability 81 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 10:44.
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More About Ken Hudnall
Ken Hudnall is the author of the Occult Connection series. UFO's is the first book in the series. Hudnall is the host of the popular Internet radio show The Ken Hudnall Show.
Ken Hudnall currently resides in El Paso, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of Tombstone, AZ.?
Just Another Tombstone Tourist Book May 19, 2008
This book is a rehash of other Tombstone books only poorly written and edited. I was underlining so many misspelled words and tangled up sentences that I found myself reading this with a pen in my hand. I was expecting some decent examples of the spirits and mystery the title alluded to, but all I got were repeated phrases such as, "They smelled cigar smoke ", "Things flew through the air", " We could hear footsteps." There is a story about a poker chip that keeps appearing and disappearing that is repeated 3 or 4 times. Luckily the stories are short, except for the one on the Bird Cage Theatre which seems to end and then starts up again repeating the previous sentences. I'm sure this book sells well in Tombstone to the tourists, but if you really want History and Mystery look elsewhere.