Go over to Delamar if your in that kinda thing. There are way too many troubled souls there and it is only a hour drive. If you want some closer, investigate some of the more sad events that occurred in and around Caliente, especially if you can find someone to show you where the events occurred.. Some things to look into include some murders and violence that occurred when the railroad was being constructed (Remember there were two competing groups trying for the one route). Look into a riot that started when foreign railroad workers took umbrage when the railcar they were in was jostled and they reacted rather badly, resulting in the death of a local and the subsequent retribution invoked by the town folk was worst. If you can look into the actions of the Ku Klux Klan who picked on the Japanese Railroad Workers and other unappreciated ethnic groups like those they would call papists (Catholics). They, as much as I researched never bothered the few African Americans around there at that time (1920s). Good luck getting anyone to talk about it, I’ve yet to figure out what occurred but the Klavern disbanded after “the unfortunate Italian Incident” and I have never been able to find out what the “the unfortunate Italian Incident” actually was. If you don’t mind possibly riling some of the LDS folks, there is good fodder from the death of Sheriff George Rogers in 1866, the various “unspecified communities that appeared around that time with those connected to the incident at Mountain Meadows a wee bit to the east, look into community of Homer (I still can’t find that one), to the life and threats to a man named Philip Klingensmith, wander out to Barclay for Phil and his kins graves. Pioche had numerous troubled souls but that information is pretty well documented. I let ya ask some questions but while many may know, don’t be surprised if they profess to know nothing. Wander up to the end of Denton Heights and see if anyone will tell ya about the old goings on there. A place I’ve experienced a bit of discomfort is the Bristol Wells Cemetery but it just might be colder in July than I would think. Have fun and delve into some of these incidents and if you find something to share,post it here and I take the time to dig up dates and actual names. I Give a clue on riot: It occurred June 23, 1906 and the local killed was Deputy Sheriff J.J. Monohan.