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    Default True West Ghost Town Story...

    If you go to the www.twmag.com

    Click on "travel" on the right side of page then scroll down to "top stories" to find "confessions of a ghost town maniac"

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    Six-Shooter, Welcome to the forum, glad you signed up!
    Great article, thanks for sharing it. I see you have an appreciation of Jerome, AZ. Although we've never been to The Gold King Mine, we have explored a few of the smaller lesser-known mining sites. The Jerome area is one you could spend months exploring.

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    Hi six-shooter, many thanks for the great link. I loved the article and the entire website.
    I got the greatest thrill out of being able to say, "I know where that is". My greater hope is to see some of those places soon.
    "Those were great old days. Everthing is very quiet now, isn't it?" Elfego Baca

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    Question was there realy a hole in the wall in Wyoming

    Quote Originally Posted by six-shooter View Post
    If you go to the www.twmag.com

    Click on "travel" on the right side of page then scroll down to "top stories" to find "confessions of a ghost town maniac"

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    was there a real hole in the wall
    in Wyoming where the out laws ran

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    The "hole" in the wall refers to a small gap in the ridge line, easily missed if not looking carefully. If you google it and look at the old pictures, the one just south of Barnum, WY made famous by Butch Cassidy, looks little more than wide enough to allow horse and rider through.

    Not sure where the gap leads, if it comes out the other side, or leads into a small box canyon.

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