California train robbers Chris Evans and John Sontag had evaded posses for four months, through six fights. But they were finally cornered at a place called Stone Corral, north of Visalia, on June 11, 1892.
When the gunsmoke cleared, Sontag was mortally wounded, lying in a pile of hay and manure. Evans briefly got away, but he was badly wounded and captured a few days later. He would lose an eye and part of an arm from his wounds. Evans would spend more than 17 years in Folsom Prison.