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Tombstone Ghosts and Legends Tour LLC

Business/Organization:  Tombstone Ghosts and Legends Tour LLC / Ike Clanton's Haunted Hotel
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/ikeclantonshauntedhotel/
Business Address:426 E. Allen Stree, Tombstone  AZ 85638
Description of Business:Ike Clanton's Haunted Hotel invites guests to experience a thrilling 15 minute Walk-Thru Attraction "Tombstone Ghosts & Legends Tour"
Ike Clanton's Haunted Hotel combines fantasy and history, adventure and learning, together with a variety of fun special effects to appeal to everyone.

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Ike Clanton's Haunted Hotel combines fantasy and history, adventure and learning, together with a variety of fun special effects to appeal to everyone.
Don't miss our thrilling 15 minute walk-through attraction "Tombstone Ghosts & Legends Tour" that you'll never forget! Hollywood special effects will entertain you and your family as you learn about the history of Tombstone and the legendary ghost stories that continue to haunt the town too tough to die. You'll see the most famous stagecoach in western movie history, used by John Wayne, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and more. If you dare, our friendly bellhops will show you to our guest rooms.

On October 22, 1880 the Occidental Saloon opened it’s doors between these original adobe walls. 15 months later it would be known to eternity as the location of the famous “all night poker game” and quarrels the night before the OK Corral gunfight on October 25-26, 1881. Sporting a gun on his lap, steely-eyed Virgil Earp and Tom McLaury were also among the guests that played till daylight. The ball was opened between Doc Holliday, Ike Clanton and the Earp’s in this very building.

Today our walk-thru attraction exits into the Allen Street Theatre, very near the lunch counter and poker table inside the Occidental Saloon in 1880. From time to time, were happy to invite you to experience the magic of intimate storytelling, from rich classics to bold new work. You'll share the moment with the country's finest actors performing theatre of beauty, substance, and style. Founder Terry Ike Clanton, a fourth generation cousin to the Clanton’s of Tombstone fame, is very proud and excited to bring performing arts back to Tombstone's famous Allen Street founded in 1879. Clanton believes that a small stage mixed with limited seating makes for an intimate and entertaining performance.

Besides our thrilling walk-through attraction and Allen Street Theatre, we also feature Ike Clanton's Ghost Hunting Academy on select weekends for public and private groups. Learn and experience the hi-tech world of paranormal activity in one of Tombstone most haunted buildings. Watch for our Special Events Page for dates and times.
We are located in the heart of the Tombstone historic district, two doors down from the famous Crystal Palace Saloon and across the street from Big Nose Kate's Saloon. Look for ‘Ike Clanton’s Haunted Hotel” on the front window.

Allen Street Theatre does not discriminate between artists nor does it endorse rental performances or their content. The views expressed in the performance are solely those of the presenters and their artistic medium. Performers and presentations are not officially endorsed or supported by the owner, its offices or employees. The Allen Street Theatre is available for any and all artists to rent. As government should not censor art, the content of the production is solely the responsibility of the renter of the theatre.

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