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Investigation: Bird Cage Theatre
Dates: March 7, 2007

Location: Tombstone, Arizona

Web resource: http://www.tombstonebirdcage.com/

 

The Bird Cage Theatre was a combination theater, saloon, gambling parlor and brothel that operated from 1881 to 1889 in Tombstone, Arizona, during the height of the silver boom. The Bird Cage Theatre was opened on December 26, 1881, by William “Billy” Hutchinson and his wife Lottie. Its name apparently referred to the fourteen “cages” or boxes that were situated on two balconies on either side of the main central hall. These boxes, also referred to as “cribs”, had drapes that could be drawn while prostitutes entertained their clients. The main hall contained a stage and orchestra pit at one end where live shows were performed. Read here: Bird Cage Theater

 

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Photography by Christina

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         Christina had a shadow man following her all over the theatre.

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        Christina had a shadow man following her all over the cemetery

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