OK Corral
The Whole Truth?

The Whole Truth?

Questionable testimony at the OK Corral hearing. November 1, 1881. Billy Allen (real name: William A. Le Van) takes the stand at the OK Corral...

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Helldorado

Helldorado

When did someone realize that the historic area of the gunfight was a good investment for tourism? The Gunfight didn’t occur at the OK Corral but...

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OK Corral Aftermath

OK Corral Aftermath

The judge received death threats that may have worked. For Tombstone Justice of the Peace Wells Spicer, his decision to dismiss murder charges...

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An O.K. Day!

An O.K. Day!

Funny what a hunch can produce. I didn’t see any ads or notices about the event in Tombstone. I just knew I had to be there, in the corral, for the...

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With a Gun on Her Hip

With a Gun on Her Hip

Allie Earp was armed after the OK Corral. March 20, 1882. A train carrying members of the Earp family was leaving the Tucson train station en route...

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William Hunsaker

William Hunsaker

One of the forgotten men of the OK Corral hearing was William Hunsaker. He was the law partner of the celebrated Tom Fitch—but he had his own...

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Tom Fitch

Tom Fitch

Tom Fitch (photo) is best known as one of the great lawyers of the Old West. He successfully defended the Earps and Doc Holliday at the OK Corral...

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Ike Ran

Ike Ran

But was he a coward as he left the Tombstone street fight? It’s well known that Ike Clanton ran during the OK Corral shooutout—that Wyatt Earp held...

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