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Tombstone Helldorado Days videos

In July 1881, a miner lamented in a local newspaper article that instead of finding their "Eldorado" of riches, many of them ended up washing dishes or doing kenial jobs. Instead they found their "Helldorado."

Helldorado Days was started in 1929. It is Tombstone's oldest festival event celebrating its wild days of the 1880's. Helldorado Days are held every third weekend in October.

The annual event consists of gunfight re-enactment shows, street entertainment, fashion shows and a family oriented carnival. The Annual Helldorado Parade is held on Sunday at 11am. Read more on Helldorado Days.

These videos are re-enactmenst of gun fights performed on Allen Street in Tombstone, Arizona during Helldorado Days. Video by Robert Zucker.

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