St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada
The Apache Kid was never brought to justice. His people prophetically named him Haskay-bay-nay-ntayl, which means “brave and tall and will come to a mysterious end.” Convicted of assaulting San Carlos Chief of Scouts Al Sieber and sentenced to seven years in prison, he escaped from a detail taking him to Arizona’s Yuma Territorial Prison in 1889 and disappeared. No one knows what happened to him after that.
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