Monday, September 17, 2012

Creek Street, Ketchikan, Alaska

Creek Street was the site of Ketchikan's early red light district. There were multiple 'cat houses' because Under Territorial Alaska law, more than two female boarders in the same building constituted a house of prostitution. The women would either live in pairs or alone, the exception being the Star Dance Hall (which paid larger "protection" payments).

The single men would brazenly swagger across the bridge.

However the married men or the men who wanted to hide their activities would take a more secluded winding path.

This path was known as Married Man's Trail. 


By Cynthia Sax
Coming Soon From Changeling Press

Three Wild Cards

Saloon owners Cage and Big John share everything equally, including their winnings. Annie is no exception -- the little human female softens their rough love play and completes their threesome.

When her pa loses her in a card game, Annie's bound to honor his wager. But will she be willing to bet on forever?

Coming Soon:

1 comment:

  1. Awesome pictures. I was there five years ago on a cruise and am working on a book set in that exact location right now.