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Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Tours meet near the corner of 6th street and E Allen St. Between the Birdcage Theater and T. Miller’s

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Tombstone Terrors: Ghosts and Gunslingers of the Wild West

Home to infamous gunfights, villainous outlaws, and legendary lawmen. Take a Tombstone ghost tour to uncover the sinister secrets and notorious haunts buried beneath the wild west history of the town too tough to die.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 311 E Allen St., Tombstone, AZ 85638

Tour TimeTour Times: 8:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Visit the Most Haunted Places in Tombstone

Tombstone may be synonymous with some of the most infamous cowboys in history, but the stories you’ve most likely heard merely scratch the surface of what was truly an unforgiving place and time. Look beyond the shootouts and gunfights to reveal Tombstone’s tragedy that was, unfortunately, not uncommon in the days of cowboys, horse thieves, and the hand of the law.

Tombstone Terrors uncovers stories of the old mining town’s turbulent past and real hauntings experienced by residents and visitors at the most haunted locations. Discover the real stories behind the outlaws that ran the roads of Tombstone, leaving death and destruction in their path where the dead would rise from the dust to torment the living forever.


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Big Nose Kate’s Saloon

Big Nose Kate, whose real name was Mary Katherine Harmony, was a naughty, promiscuous woman who opened her saloon in the 1800s. The joint was a watering hole for big names such as Wyatt and Virginia Earp, as well as Doc Holliday. But some of the old-time guests never left. A miner called Swampy allegedly hid silver somewhere in the building, and now his ghost still lingers to protect his treasure.



Schieffelin Hall

Once a respectable, upscale opera house, Schieffelin Hall was left abandoned for half a century- that is, abandoned by the living. Old performers like the Lady in Red haunt the theater, dying to crawl their way back into the spotlight. The ghosts of basement suicide victims and mischievous poltergeists run amock and frighten anyone who enters Schieffelin Hall.


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The OK Corral

If you think you know the history of the OK Corral, think again. This livery and horse corral has seen many iconic faces out looking for trouble. Sharpshooters and gun-slingers have bloodied the name of the OK Corral. Even today, cowboys and villainous lawmen still haunt its dusty grounds, eager to kick up some mischief.




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What to Expect on Your Tombstone Ghost Tour

Tombstone was once a bustling and rapidly growing city, larger than Los Angeles in the early 1880s. The town boasted 110 saloons, 14 gambling centers, a bowling alley, and many brothels, hotels, and dance halls. But underneath the town’s growth and success, there was conflict. Tombstone was a melting pot that attracted anti-slavery and pro-union Republicans and Capitalists, who were at odds with Confederate sympathizers and Democrats of the time, who left the ravaged South for a new and better life – some outside the law.

Look beyond the shootouts and gunfights to reveal Tombstone’s tragedy that was, unfortunately, not uncommon in the days of cowboys, horse thieves, and the hand of the law. Tombstone Terrors will take you to the exact location where the remnants of a botched hanging remain, along with the spirit of the victim who was hanged.

Join a Tombstone ghost tour to travel back to the wild, wild west, where you’ll discover the truth behind the gunfights at one of the most well-known saloons in America, the OK Corral. Hear the incredible stories of Wyatt Earp and his loyal lawmen brothers while standing in the very locations where they made history.



Discover the Horrors That Haunt Tombstone

Learn about the shootout that started a violent clash for the soul of Tombstone, which was the downfall of the Cowboys.

Visit the Schieffelin Hall, the original site for upscale events, and encounter who (or what) frequents this area.

Discover the true story of Orante, the fabled outlaw whose reign of terror trapped his soul in the very spot where he died.

Check out Tombstone City Park, where we’ll introduce you to real-life accounts of the town that’s Too Tough to Die.

Take a walk past the site where Tombstone’s original undertaker operated with impunity, never short of bodies to bury.


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Why You Should Book Your Tombstone Ghost Tour Tonight!


What better way to build team unity than to take your employees out for a group ghost tour? Tombstone Terrors has a little of something for everyone—scary stories for the thrill-seekers, research-based history for the scholars, and fun for everyone! Check out our Group Tours page for information on how to start putting together the best company outing your employees have ever attended!


You’ve done everything your town has to offer, now what? Tombstone Terrors is sure to give even the longest residents something new to tell their friends. Our tour offers new insights into familiar sights, thanks to the deep research that goes into every location on the standard and extended tour. We welcome locals who often have enlightening anecdotes to share and personal insight to add.



Maybe you’re the sort of person who prefers to stray from the beaten path when visiting a new place. Or, maybe you’ve tried guided tours before and found yourself trudging behind an unenthusiastic, barely audible guide who mumbled a few statistics and dates before herding his flock of sad sheep to the next stop. Fear not! Orlando Haunts and History is anything but a conventional tour. Our guides are fun, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and committed to making sure you have the best tour possible. We want you to ask questions, get involved, and enjoy your tour! And, unlike a conventional tour, our tours are designed with entertainment in mind. The stories we tell on our tours are based on research and historical data, but we don’t let that stop us from having fun! We have carefully crafted our narratives to blend entertainment with factual data and evidence of the paranormal, bringing you the best of the best. We also visit unique locations throughout downtown Tombstone, making our tour stand out from the crowd.


Whether you’re here on vacation or for work, you’re bound to have some time to fill. Why not get to know one of the most infamous places in American history? There’s no better way to do this than with a ghost tour that takes a deep dive into what put the town on the map. Sure, you can look up the history online. But let’s be honest, the internet does not do Tombstone justice. Since you’re here, book your spot on Tombstone Terrors ghost tour and experience the town the way one should – in person. Tombstone Terrors tour guides will only make this part of your vacation that much more entertaining. In addition to being phenomenal storytellers, our tour guides will interact with you, answer any questions you may have, and keep you enthralled from beginning to end.