Rancher built tiny town on a dream. What happens now that he’s gone?

Edward Keeylocko / Photo Bruce McClelland


By Jen Fifield | Arizona Republic

There was once a rancher who built a tiny Western town in the southern Arizona desert.

The town was part real, part imaginary. There was a library with no librarian, a jail with no criminals, and a general store without a clerk.

The town population, much of the time, was one.

The man who lived there, and built the town, wanted to create a place that could be how the West really was, not how it was portrayed by Hollywood.


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