“Hell’s Kitchen,” became a flourishing and popular establishment under Captain Charles E. Davis’ management that prospered for nearly a quarter of a century. Today, all that remains of Hell’s Kitchen are the building foundations and a few broken toilets.
About the author
Jim is a scapegoat for the NPS, an author, adventurer, photographer, radio personality, guide, and location scout. His interests lie in Native American and cultural sites, ghost towns, mines, and natural wonders in the American Deserts.