An Outlaw with a “Faultess” Figure

Illustration by Bob Boze Bell
Illustration by Bob Boze Bell

Arizona authorities in 1902 reported 22 train robberies in the territory. Lawmen, including the Arizona Rangers rounded up and shot down more than a few, including one bad man named  Tom King who was killed in a holdup on the border south of Tombstone. When it came time for burial Mr. King turned out to be a woman, identified as Flora Quick, alias Flora Mundis, Chinese Dot. She evidently started her own gang around Clifton. There were clues to her sex on Tom King’s reward circular: figure is “faultless.” No doubt.

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