Hole-in-the-Wall was the criminal hideout of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in the late 1800s. The location was secluded and had several easily defended passes, which prevented outsiders from approaching unannounced.

In 1936, Busby Giles hoped to turn the Hopi cave into a more modern version of Hole-in-the-Wall, using the underground caverns to remain unspotted by land or by air, and having modern electricity, plumbing, and even an airstrip.


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