A native of New Hampshire, Gary Ledoux has had a long-time love of the old-west; his interest focused on Tombstone and its characters, legend and lore.
He is a member of several old-west organizations including the Western Writers of America and the new Wild West History Association.
His articles have appeared in various old-west magazines including True West and the Tombstone Epitaph. His YesterWest column appears in the national edition of the Tombstone Epitaph and the Tombstone Times.
His first book, Tombstone: A Chronicle In Perspective debuted in October, 2002. Nantan: The Life and Times of John P. Clum Volume 1 debuted October 26, 2007.
He has been a featured writer at the Warren Earp Days Book Festival held in Willcox, AZ in 2003, a featured writer for the Tombstone Book and Film Festival held in Tombstone in 2004 and a similar event held in Tucson in 2005 and again in Tombstone in 2006 and 2007.
He was a contributor for the October, 2006 OK Corral 125th Anniversary event in Tombstone conducting a panel discussion entitled ‰*ÏTombstone In The Movies and Television‰** and giving a speech on Tombstone‰*ªs Allen Street, in character, as Mayor John Clum.
Gary and his wife, Rachel, presently live in southern California.