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Published on Apr 4, 2013
Pioche, Nevada is the most notorious mining camp in Nevada, where 72 people died before one died a natural death. Many of these men are buried in the "Old Boot Hill" Cemetery. The only law was the gun, and gun slinging was a favorite pastime. Between 1871 and 1872, 60% of Nevada's reported homicides occurred in Pioche. The town's cemetery also boasts the first "Murderer's Row", a section of the cemetery set apart containing unmarked graves of over 100 murderers.