Apparently 26 people were killed here during its 8 years of operation.It was a theater, a saloon, a gambling parlor, and a brothel.Over the eight years, 26 people were killed or murdered in the wild west hangout.
The staff there is extremely knowledgeable and rumor has it that the building is.
Bird Cage Theatre Old West theater, gambling hall, saloon, and brothel in Tombstone, Arizona, haunted by numerous ghosts. History. The Bird Cage Theatre achieved fame and notoriety in the 1880s as the roughest, wildest honky-tonk in the West.
The Bird Cage Theatre was a combination theater, saloon, gambling parlor and brothel that operated from 1881 to 1889 in Tombstone, Arizona, during the height of the silver boom.Note: The marker on the Google map is NOT the exact location of the vortex.Below are some of our recommendations for Things To Do in Tombstone.
The interior is quite authentic, and houses an interesting museum that can be viewed for a small fee, as is the case for one of several former boarding houses in Tombstone, the Rose Tree Inn on the corner of 4th and Toughnut streets.
Years ago, when it was first founded, Tombstone was a silver-mining town that was not known to many.
Perfectly preserved whoring and party hub of 19th century Tombstone. 140 visible bullet holes in its walls.
And, if you want, ride a horse down the old trails and shoot your single-action.45 revolver at targets in the sweet.The Bird Cage Theater in Tombstone AZ, has become a tourist attraction, and is open to the general public year-round.It was great, we all sat in a circle in the dark on the stage.Tombstone, Arizona is the most famous town in the Old West and totally worth a visit, if you know where to go and what to avoid.It was featured in the paranormal investigation shows Ghost Hunters in 2006, Ghost Adventures in 2009 and 2015, Ghost Lab in 2009, and Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files in 2011.When the silver mines closed, the theatre was also closed in 1892.
The original painting is of a woman named Farida Mazar Spyropoulos, who went by the stage name of Fatima.The Bird Cage Theatre located in Tombstone Arizona, (The Town too Tough to Die) of the Wyatt Earp fame.Tombstone, Arizona remains a place rich in the history of the turbulent time known as the old West.The theater is in really good condition with a lot of the original 19th century decor, 140 bullet holes and all.