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|Tombstone's spectors draw curious crowd|
|Written by Kevin Nadakal|
|Thursday, 08 March 2012 01:33|
The city has a history of paranormal activity with dozens of stories floating around town. Ghost hunter shows routinely film in Tombstone, and many consider Tombstone a top “Ghost Town” destination in the U.S.
“Everything in Tombstone is haunted,” said author and self-professed clairvoyant, Heather Woodward. “People told me when I first moved here four years ago, and I was like yeah, whatever. Tombstone is genuine; there is a genuine feeling of it being haunted.”
Woodward has written Ghosts of Central Arizona and Arizona’s Hotspots, and has investigated paranormal activity since 1997. She considers Tombstone one of the Top 3 ghost towns in the U.S.
“I think it’s one of the more haunted places in the United States and I think it should be put out there because it is so different,” Woodward said. “I think it has some fascinating history so yeah, I think it should be hyped up a little bit.”
George Barnes, the city clerk and city manager, said that no money from the town management is put aside to advertise any paranormal activity.
“We never really thought of it, you kind of brought up a good point,” Barnes said. “Something that we should look into that we haven’t before. As soon as we get our feet on the ground after this election we will be in the process of hiring a promotions manager.
“That promotions manager will be tasked in determining the assets and the features that we ought to promote, and I certainly will have that conversation with that person.”
The Bird Cage Theatre is a prized site for the town of Tombstone because of its paranormal business. Woodward claimed that it was one of the most haunted places she has ever investigated.
Laura Shade, a tour guide at the Bird Cage Theatre for the last two years, does not want to attract just paranormal activity tourists.
“We are interested in getting paranormal tourists, but that’s not our main focus,” Shade said. “This is a historical museum and we want to bring everybody.”
Not everybody feels that the marketing needs to be ramped up.
Mike Jones, a tour guide for the Iron Horse Ghost Tours, says business is great.
“I’ve got reservations for next year already,” Jones said. “We do a one-hour tour, a historical ghost tour. We don’t make anything up, or make anything fake.”
Jones said that many customers discover orbs in their pictures after the tour. The myth is that these orbs are actually ghosts that appear in the form of balls of light.
Rob Davis says that he encounters paranormal activity on a nightly basis and Davis, who has lived in Tombstone for the last six months, said that he has had his encounter almost every night.
“I wake up every morning with my door opening and slamming,” Davis said. “I’ve been staying at my buddy’s house for the last week, I’m moving anyway.
“If you don’t believe in ghosts, just come live here.”