Clifton, Arizona-The Town Too Haunted To Die
Gold, fires, floods, natural disasters, abducted children…
For a small town hidden away in the cooper laden mountains of Eastern Arizona, Clifton has seen more than its fair share of news making headlines.
Just as rich gold and mineral veins run deep in this land, tales of discovery, barbarity, entrepreneurship, destitution, triumph and trials weave through the core of this colorful yet enduring town.
Discover the stories of the old West and find out why so many people including paranormal investigators consider this a must stop when it comes to otherworldly encounters.
Walk the dusty streets, tour the mountain jail, the historic buildings and you’ll see why residents love Clifton so much that not even death can convince them to leave.
ABOUT THE TOURS
The Haunted History Ghost Tour of Clifton, Arizona begins at the historic train station in Clifton, Arizona located at 100 N. Coronado Blvd.
The tour is a walking tour where we will visit historic and notorious spots along the Chase Creek district in Clifton.
Stories will be intertwined as the group walks down the historic street, Chase Creek with stops along the way to relate historic and folk tales of the area and allow for participants to get a feel for the persons which still call Clifton their home, past and present.
On the return trip the group will cross over Zorilla bridge, ending at the Clifton hotel.
Tours will vary in content depending on the dynamics of the group.
Places of interest that will be passed or toured may include the historic train depot, mountain jail, Elks lodge, Headframe Apothecary, Sacred Heart Church, Zorilla Bridge, and the Clifton Hotel.
All tours will take place after the sun has gone down, flashlights recommended.
Please message ahead regarding special accommodations.
Meet Your Guides
Ms. Erin will tell me what I need to write here
Writer and illustrator Pamela Harrington isn’t your ordinary history buff.