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The Queasy Executioner
Brave lawman Houston had no stomach for hangings.
The Hanging Judge’s Hangman Discusses Hanging
What are the reasons for 13 steps, 13 ft. and 13 loops on a hangman’s noose?
Train Robberies In The Southwest
Railroads opened new opportunities for outlaws.
San Francisco's 601 took the law into their own hands.
Bad Bill Longley
One of the deadliest, most ruthless, and most unpredictable Old West gunfighters
Eva Dugan: The Only Woman Hanged in Arizona
The woman who went from Alaskan prostitute to Arizonan outlaw.
An Engraved Invitation
The first hanging in Navajo County, AZ was delayed.
Lynching and Hanging
The question comes from time to time about lynch mobs and any courtesies they might extend a condemned man.
Death for Dilda
Cold-blooded killer Dennis Dilda meets justice.
Jim Parker’s Last Night
Tom Horn Holds His Head High