If Tombstone taught you anything, it's that you can't escape the law.This classic American Western film follows the actions of Wyatt Earp as he takes the law into his own hands by clashing with criminals in Tombstone and across the frontier.He's joined by his brothers and another gunman named Doc Holiday, whose sickly appearance shouldn't fool anyone; this man is deadly with a gun.They square off against a group of outlaws, calling themselves the Cowboys, a conflict that ends in bloodshed on both sides. Corral occurred in 1881, resulting in the death of three of the Cowboys, and further escalating the conflict.Most of the characters in the film were historical figures, including the Earp brothers, Doc Holliday, and many members of the Outlaws. Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday are considered two of the greatest gunman from the Old West.Their form of justice has found its way into stories and media of all forms, as they are still seen as heroes who took the law into their own hands when there was no law to help them.
Shrinking: Drought in America's south west is depleting the vast Lake Mead on the Colorado River to levels not seen since Hoover Dam was completed in 1935.
This October 22, 2010, photo shows low water levels in Boulder Harbor in Lake Mead, Arizona'We continue to closely monitor the projections of declining lake levels and are working with stakeholders throughout the Lower Basin to keep as much water in Lake Mead as we can through various storage and conservation efforts,' Fulp said in a statement.