Cold-Blooded Roommates

Illustration by Bob Boze Bell

In the fall of 1880, Doc Holliday shared a room in Prescott with John J. Gosper, the acting governor of Arizona. Historians want to know how Holliday, the deadly dentist and gambler, could have sunk so low as to room with a politician.

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