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A Fitting Tribute?
Bill Whitley’s epitaph seems a bit generous.
Who Shot the Man who Shot Billy the Kid?
“He who lives by the gun, dies by the gun.”
Wild, Wild Truths
Sometimes the truth is wilder than anything you can make up.
Bob Boze Bell
Did Jesse James Really Pack Eighteen Handguns?
Setting the record straight.
No Honor Among Thieves
Two New Mexico outlaws trusted the wrong guys.
The Death of Dynamite Dick
An outlaw shoots it out instead of surrendering.
Train Robberies In The Southwest
Railroads opened new opportunities for outlaws.
Sheriff on the Wrong Side of the Law
Dave Updyke used his position to make a fortune.
Lane by a Foot
“Clubfoot” George gained lasting fame in Montana.
The Robbery at Castle Gate
Butch Cassidy is best-remembered as the smartest, most resourceful and likable of the outlaw chieftains.
Women at the Yuma Territorial Prison
The builders never envisioned women prisoners.
A Violent 18 Months
Brack Cornett wreaked havoc across Texas in the late 1880s.