Mar 10, 2020
James is joined by his Tombstone Arizona buddy Nora Weed, the proprietor of what's now the location of the towns last standing mortuary. Nora, has been sensitive to spirits/paranormal activities since a young child. After two decades of working as an Engineer, she decided to follow her true passion as an Investigator. After all the evidence she received in Tombstone's Watt & Tarbell Undertakers building, she decided to rent the space and show others her talent and help them to experience what she loves doing. Nora is also a Reiki Master teacher and a Tarot Card Reader.
The building was first opened as Tarbell Undertakers in 1879, two years after prospector Ed Schieffelin founded Tombstone. The building goes from Doc Holliday’s Saloon to 511 E. Allen Street. The Saloon and store, Nora's Place, are located in the former chapel and family parlor. Towards the back, there was a small residential area, which was used for the morticians’ work.
As the town grew, the business took on another undertaker by the name of George R. Watt and became known as Watt and Tarbell Undertakers. It operated under that name until late 1887 when the undertakers eventually went their separate ways. Mr. Watt moved to Prescott, AZ and Mr. Tarbell stayed in Tombstone. At that point, the business reverted back to Tarbell Undertakers.