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Boot Hill Graveyard was founded in 1878 on a hill just outside the city of Tombstone.

The name Boot Hill came from when folks died with their boots on (usually a sudden and/or violent death).

There are approximately two hundred fifty known people buried in Boothill before it finally closed its gates to new burials in 1884.

Boothill --
Boothill --
So Cold --
So Still --
There they lay
Side by side
The killers that died
In the gunfight at the OK Corral

This poster is 22 inches wide by 17 inches high, generous black ink lushly
printed on parchment stock.

PLEASE NOTE: This poster image was hand drawn by Madame Talbot using nothing more than pen and ink on illustration board.

After the poster was completed, it was taken to a real printer and printed on an offset printing press.

Absolutely no computers were used in the making of this poster, all of it was drawn entirely by hand.

The copyright notice is on the website image only and not on the printed poster.

Welcome to My Little Shop of Nightmares:

Tombstone Boothill Graveyard Old Wild West Burial Funeral Victorian Lowbrow Poster



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pen, ink, illustration board, offset printing press, parchment stock
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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