From the Hip – October 2018

Mike MeyerOctober 2018
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“Native artifacts found at Two Guns have been dated to between 1050 and 1600 A.D. Once the scene of a horrifying mass murder of Apaches by their Navajo enemies [circa 1878], this site later became home to [white] settlers and, later, one of the many tourist attractions across Route 66. Now all that’s left is a ghost town, but a pretty interesting one at that.”

— Christopher Blank
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