Located in Tombstone, AZ, the Bird Cage Theatre is one of the Wild West's most famous landmarks. It dates back to the 1800s where legend says 26 people were killed there. Over 120 bullet holes still remain in the building. Today, you can tour the Bird Cage Theatre and may even be able to hear ghostly noises of laughter and yelling, as well as strange music.
There is a haunted school named Westwind Intermediate in Phoenix. One day two girls got into a fight in the girl's bathroom and one of the girls was stabbed. The other girl never got caught because she cleaned up the blood and buried the body in front of the school. Whenever somebody walks in the bathroom you can see the bathroom doors shaking. Some girls say that when they go into the school, they can hear the murdered student screaming.
During the gold rush days of the 1800's, a gold miner and his family lived a small wood shack along a dry wash in the heart of the canyon. Via mule, the husband would venture into the Northwestern Mountains in search of gold, returning semimonthly with food for his wife Luana and their young children. One month, however, the gold miner did not return. Soon, supplies ran out and the children began to starve. Luana, not able to tolerate the sight of her starving children, lost her mind. During a
During the turn of the century, thousands of miners flocked to this boomtown to seek fortune. After the copper mine was depleted, all but one hundred of the miners left.
Fort Huachuca, a military base located in Arizona, has historical value and large commanding, training, and space shuttle centers. But, if you look a little further into its past, youâ??ll find an old secret not yet covered up by modern technology and advanced programs.Â The fort was first built around 1877, and played an important part in Americaâ??s Indian wars as a headquarters and supply base. Later, it was used for African-American â??Buffalo Soldiersâ? and then as an advanced