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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Huge shout out to Morticia for sharing this amazing place with us. Wyatt Earp himself has stood on these grounds. Subscribe to Morticia: Subscribe to Breaking The Shell: 2nd Channel: Mail: P.O. Box 71031 Knoxville, TN 37938 Professional Inquires: patreon: spreadshirt: instagram: twitter: facebook group: Video Rating: / 5


  • Susan Sack 1 year ago

    It is a shame time has forgotten about this place. Those mine shafts are so scary! Prison turlets, lol!! Great video Jon, thanks for sharing!

  • alphaone101 1 year ago

    Do you know where this town would have gotten it's water from? As big as the town was and with the businesses and horse stables they would have required a lot of water! The horsed on the stage lines and the mine itself would have consumed a great deal of water and I don't see any signs of any water around there. They have a small water tank but where did the water come from that kept the tank full?

  • Beamer Z 1 year ago

    I bet you wish you were back there now.
    I heard you guys got hammered with snow.

  • Daniel Young 1 year ago


  • Becca Majollo 1 year ago

    When you said OUCH while looking at the thorns you reminded me of E.T. 🙂

  • James Ryan 1 year ago

    Hey John from the uk. Can you tell us where Tyler has gone is he ok

  • Leem Hingaia 1 year ago

    yay love yur vid bro..:-)

  • ANGELS & GARGOYLES 1 year ago

    Thank You for sharing your amazing Arizona desert town. Fantastic vid. Hello Tim & Morticia.

  • Rick Perry Jr 1 year ago

    I was really hoping you would come out west. Amazing ruins out here plus there are actually a few whole towns preserved very well ( but museum ran ) out here in Nevada. I'm up in Washington state and there are so many abandoned urbex capable buildings !! I wish I could do urbex. Thanks for the great video Jon !!

  • Paige Lee 1 year ago

    Interesting place interesting history

  • Karen Hilman 1 year ago

    So cool to be somewhere that Wyatt Earp had been. How do you find the history to a town that is gone?

  • rainingmoon7 1 year ago

    Does anyone know the name of the town? Maybe we can find some historical photos of it. Blessings

  • Retired Renegade Adventures 1 year ago

    Great Video. I am from and live in Arizona, and am also an Wilderness and Adventure Photographer (And youtuber) To answer a concern of one of your great followers, about covering the mine shaft entrances. According to the Arizona State Mine Inspector there are still over approximately 100,000 open mine holes in the state. Only a fraction have been covered so far and the state is concentrating on high traffic areas first. So the best advice is to do just what you did; watch where you walk and don't get close to the edges! Again GREAT JOB!

  • Kristy Ferla 1 year ago

    I think this is my favorite video! I just love places like this. I live in Nevada n it's got a lot of ghost towns. The heat would be extremely hot. In the 100s! The mine is super n it still has tons of copper in it. Just sad that they have to tag the jail. Loved it loved
    it! Than for the great explore!!

  • rebelicious407 1 year ago

    Veins of Turquoise!!!!!!

  • Wayne Grant 1 year ago

    Great video guys..I enjoyed it a lot…look forward to your next video….. Western CANADA

  • brent lamont 1 year ago

    Love the video and intro,ty Jon

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