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But Judge, I Wasn’t Even There!
John Chapman led a train robbery, long-distance.
Saved By A Friendly Card Game
Rufe Thomas nearly cashed in his chips…
What Were Hotels In The Old West Like?
They varied widely from flea and bedbug-infested abodes to elaborate...
They Called Him Wild Bill
Wild Bill Hickok was arguably the greatest shootist of them all. Wild Bill's other hobby was gambling, although his hand at cards wasn't nearly as skillful as his prowess with his 1851 Navy Colt’s.
Which Indian Tribes Tortured Their Prisoners?
Nearly all the tribes tortured their captives to some degree...
Mack Makes His Mark
The Arizonan lived a long and fascinating life.
7 Facts About Fort Concho National Historic Landmark
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Guilty As Sin
Tom O’Day was caught dead to rights in a bank robbery, but…
A mule has better “horse sense” than a horse...
Buckskin Frank Leslie
Many gaps remain in the real Buckskin Frank’s death....
Birth Of The Social Bandit
The best example of a social bandit came in the latter days of the Old West, was Butch Cassidy...
Vengeance For Flat Nose
Kid Curry got revenge for his outlaw mentor.