Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Tombstone’s Boot Hill

October 26, 1881 was the day of the shootout at the OK Corral. The first three photos are members of the Clanton and McLaury families killed by the Earps and Doc Holiday on that day. George Johnson was an innocent man. He unknowingly bought a stolen horse and suffered the consequences of frontier law. John Heath robbed a bank in nearby Bisbee and several people were killed. Bisbee citizens, sure of his guilt, grew tired of waiting for justice. Les Moore was a Wells Fargo agent who died in a shootout over ownership a package.

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