The good news first: the end of the 1918 influenza pandemic in 1920 led almost directly to the Roaring Twenties because everyone in the country was so ready to kick out the jams after all the death and depressing times. So let’s hope that history repeats itself this year.
For her he took a bullet in the heart.
This issue marks the return of two of my favorite “Kids.” One is the legendary outlaw who sparked in me a lifetime of research on his short and violent life, and the other is the legendary scholar who, so far, has had a long and peaceful life, interrupted by eloquent tirades against the machine.
Get ready to tangle with epic events and tragic stats on the revolution road.
Villa vs Calles: With friends like these, who needs enemies? Pancho gets whipped and three of his adversaries become president of Mexico!
Suspicion Points to Ike Clanton, Johnny Ringo, Curly Bill Brocius, Hank Swilling and Frank Stilwell. Take Your Pick!
Saying goodbye to the True West World Headquarters.
The Apache Kid vs Al Sieber, Then Everyone in Arizona
A White Mountain Apache finally gets his due.
Life on the Western frontier was not easy for anyone, but strong-willed women who settled the West were determined to not just survive, but to thrive.
Whores Bang Away | Notorious Narcissist Nicked in Neck | History is a Cruel Trick Played on the Dead by the Living