This is an old classic cemetery that once was on the edge of the city. It is most noted for one of its permanent residences John Wesley. Hardin, famous western gun fighter. He was killed in down town El Paso while playing cards. This is a desert cemetery meaning that there is no grass growing. It is brown and dusty with nothing attractive there. Around Halloween there are evening tours where a guide leads a tour of the most notable people buried there plus those with special stories. It is worth taking this as a unique experience. In a corner location across the street from the grave yard is a local eating spot with "real" Mexican food. I don't recall the name but it is the only business around the graveyard. It has been open for long time and is typical of the local neighborhood establishment.
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