Oh, I have about 15-ish Tombstone ghost stories that I know about and plenty of photos from Tombstone
-- every spring my husband and I try to go out there. I have just as many stories and photos for Bisbee
... but I've already written some of those stories
, so I was looking for something different and in another area of the state.
Tombstone is wonderful. I think next time we go there, I'm taking a change of clothes and eating at Nellie Cashman's to try out that haunting. Cashman was an Irish woman who ran a food-place-- and she'd often give miners a free meal or two if they'd pay her back later. (Tombstone was a silver mining town, if you didn't know.) Her only request was that you behave, treat the staff well and keep your language nice. There are stories about rude people mysteriously and unknowingly dumping things like water or katchup onto their lap when they're caught breaking Nellie's old rules.
The Tombstone Thunderbird photo story is related to Tombstone, but it's somewhat obscure and I have an actual newspaper reference
for the story... so it's credible. Most of the other stories I have, I have insofar been unable to find the newspaper article to back up the heresay.
... in either case... I don't know if I'll be able to write anything up now. (I may just copy/paste some older stories I've written elsewhere.) We had drama at my house this weekend. I caught a bad head cold, which had me down-and-out, AND I had to take my husband to the hospital. It's been a sucky weekend...