The film was forwarded to me by the editor of the Tombstone Times. I was maybe 4 minutes into it and I was in tears. The faces of the men who rode with Geronimo, are right there, in this film. It is historic, and a moment in time. I looked at the face of John P. Clum and wondered what he felt, being back in Tombstone, and watching the reenactment of the violence. What was going on in his mind. You realize that some of the people in this film were actually there in the 1880s. The clothes are remarkable. We’re looking at a moment in time, almost a bridge from the past to the future.