High on our list was to see the OK Corral. We saw two (nearly identical) shoot outs – the unofficial morning version, and the “official” one at the corral in the afternoon. It did give us the idea of what happened in the O.K. Corral in October of 1881.
People dressed in the 1880 clothes- both male and female as well and the outstanding helpfulness of these people from Tombstone. Every one and I mean every one- was responsive to questions- most knowledgeable and went out of their way to make our day both enjoyable and educational.
On our last stop before leaving town we saw the Boot Hill Cemetery, where so many gunfighters are buried. It was established in 1884 at the end of Allen Street.