Saloon No. 10 is famous for the 171 types of bourbons, scotches, and whiskeys on its menu, and infamous as the site of a dastardly deed. In 1876, the same year the saloon was built, Wild Bill Hickok met his demise here at the hands of assassin Jack McCall, who shot the Western legend in the back of the head.
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