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Johnny Ringo - Gunfighter, Outlaw. Johnny Ringo was rather an ordinary western outlaw until writers and Hollywood created a fiction character, at best a facsimile, barely resembling the actual lawbreaker who wandered the southwest. The subject of many books, his actual exploits pale in comparison to his after-death journey where he became a legendary cowboy whom writers romanticized to the point that he was considered one of the deadliest and fastest guns of the old west.
Ghosts of Tombstone, Arizona
Boothill Graveyard, Tombstone, Arizona: Visitors often report seeing strange lights and hearing unidentifiable noises coming from the old graveyard. Spirits have been spied on numerous occasions, and even more frequently are said to appear in photographs. Billy Clanton, killed in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral is said to rise from his grave before walking along the road back to Tombstone.
Deaths and Graves of the Old West - Page 4
Warren Baxter Earp (1855-1900) – The youngest of the Earp brothers, he joined the others in Tombstone in 1880, but was not in the settlement when brothers Virgil, Morgan and Wyatt had the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Warren later joined Wyatt in tracking down the killers of Morgan Earp in the infamous Earp Vendetta Ride................