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After driving up a precariously skinny road, winding up Cleopatra Hill, 5,600 miles above sea level, Jerome city begins. At first glance, the most vertical city in the United States is a small but bustling tourist den; a parade of art galleries, shops, restaurants, and saloons with all too typical gag-inducing charm. But it’s what lies behind this facade that provides the real and sinister intrigue of this tiny Arizona town.
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