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magic show returns to the lady!

The Ghost of Milton Yarberry returns to the stage with a hilarious personality that captures the imagination of each audience member, taking them back to a time where characters of the Wild West ruled the land. Based on the life of an actual historical figure, the performance is a "living history" lesson sure to delight any audience. Born in 1849 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, Yarberry lived a colorful life and ended up being Albuquerque's first elected Sheriff. Convicted of murder, he was sentenced to death. He met his fate at the end of a rope on February 9, 1883.

The effects chosen are similar to what would have been performed by a vaudeville or medicine show performer of the time. The magic is incorporated into a story, allowing people to become a part of the action. It is filled with audience participation, in a non confrontational, fun atmosphere. The show is "PG" rated for strong language, typical of the time and place.

Limited seating available. This is an outdoor event; please dress accordingly. Local craft beer available for purchase (credit card only). No food available on site; please feel free to bring your own food to this performance.

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