Using Hollywood special effects and computerized animation, you are guided by the famous gunslinger, Doc Holliday, through Tombstone’s history. He takes you back to 1880’s when the town was booming and all hell broke loose.
In the first room is an old stagecoach used as part of the famous stage line. This stagecoach was also used in almost 50 movie even including ones with John Wayne. Doc explains how dangerous traveling in a stagecoach really was. Many of the stagecoaches were robbed with some of its passengers murdered by unforgiving outlaws.
The next room is the recreation of Morgan Earp’s murder in the Campbell and Hatch Saloon in 1882. You see Wyatt in the corner holding a cue stick and Morgan on the other side of the pool table. I am assuming that this was right after Morgan was shot because he has a look of agony on his face and he is holding his back. This saloon is now the Red Buffalo Trading Company.
The next room is the Undertaker’s Parlor where the unlucky souls were sent before being buried at Boot Hill. On the table lies Billy Clanton and in the coffins along the wall are the McLaury brothers and some other poor slob. Hey, don’t those fellas in the coffins resemble the Ghost Adventure boys (Zak, Nick, and Aaron)?
The last room shows a building burning. They are recreating the fires than nearly destroyed Tombstone. Even the fires and earthquakes couldn’t wipe out this “Town too tough to die”.