Saturday, October 28th from 6-9pm at Lincoln After Dark!
With infamy gained through the Lincoln County Wars, and the lives of Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett, the history of Lincoln, New Mexico is mired with acts of revenge, tragic accidents, vigilante justice, and senseless violence. Between 1870 and 1886, more than fifty people met a violent end along this quarter-mile long stretch of dusty road. This fact led President Rutherford B. Hayes to declare Lincoln’s main thoroughfare as “The Most Dangerous Street in America.” Hundreds more were killed throughout the region during a time when feuds were most often settled at gunpoint, lawmen were oftentimes involved with the criminals they swore to apprehend, and danger lurked around every one of life’s corners.
Delve into this dark past during the Murder and Mayhem tours through Lincoln on Saturday October 28th. Guided tours will start at 6pm, 7pm, and 8pm and the cost is $5 per person, kids under 10 are free.
Space is limited so please call to reserve your tickets for these events, 575-653-4025