BOOTHILL CEMETERY




Investigators Present

Richard
Jason
John




Evidence

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History

In the late 1870's, Pioche was considered to be one of the wildest mining camps in the west. It was said that during
the boom times that hired, gunmen were imported at a rate of twenty a day to fight mining
encroachments. With the image of the "toughest town" referenced by residents, they would pointwith pride to boothill where seventy-five men  were buried before anyone in the mining campdied a natural death.