Location Trial #6
George W.P. Hunt was Arizona's 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 10th governor. Not bad for a guy who started his career sweeping saloon floors!
His hometown is now an enclave at the crossroads of artistic revival and blue collar tradition. One thing that everyone in Globe has in common, though, is pride in their pocket of Gila.
Places big and small really do change with the times - the courthouse is now combined with the post office and the old courthouse is overrun with hippies. Good hippies, mind you.
Actually, a visit to that old courthouse on the main drag Broad St. - or at least a rest on the steps outside - seems in order. I myself spent a lot of time sitting on the benches there when I was visiting Gladys, contemplating those pesky ghosts and other things as well. There's a giant keyhole there. It marks what I do believe is the year when ghosts started getting especially bored. It also makes note of a certain supervising ghost, A.P. ????, who could help that year reveal important pieces of information about St. Augustine.
When I was in Globe, I'd watch the kids draw in chalk out front. And I'd fantasize about living the life of an artist in a remote but hospitable town like Globe.
NB: The easiest way to complete this trial is to visit (or have a trusted family member visit) the location referred to in the solution to the An Orderly Hanging
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