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April 30 - May 6, 2007
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  • In this week’s show Dakota talks to Yuma Territorial Prison Park Superintendent, Jesse Torres, about two of the prison’s most famous prisoners, Buckskin Frank Leslie and Pearl Hart.

Frank Leslie
Frank Leslie

Pearl Hart
Pearl Hart

  • During the second half of the show we learn about Old West flim-flam games, as Erick Anderson takes us through the steps of a number of cons.  The interesting thing is that these cons are still working today.
  • Our Cowboy music this week is provided by Dave Stamey.

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April 23 - 29, 2007
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  • We gave our regular, Bill O’Neal, a phone call to talk about an outlaw turned lawman turned outlaw, Henry Brown. Henry was killed this month back in 1884.

Henry Brown
Henry Brown

  • While in Prescott, Arizona, we had a conversation with Ryan Flahive, the archivist for Sharlot Hall Museum. Sharlot was a very unique woman. In addition, the legacy she left is gorgeous.

Sharlot Hall Museum
Sharlot Hall Museum Building

Sharlot Hall Museum School House
Sharlot Hall Museum School House

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April 16 - 22, 2007
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  • Once again, we return to Festival of the West in Phoenix, AZ. This time we spent the whole show talking with Lee Anderson about the cowboy of the cattle drive. What he experienced. What he wore. How the cattle drive took place. As well as what he did at the end of the trail.

Lee Anderson
Lee Anderson

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April 9 - 15, 2007
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  • While at Festival of the West in Phoenix, AZ, we had conversations with Joe Sullivan & Ronnie Aycoth. Joe is the spitting image of Hopaling Cassidy and Ronnie is the same with Red Rider. The conversation was both fun and informative.

William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy
William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy

Joe Sullivan as Hopalong Cassidy
Joe Sullivan as Hopalong Cassidy

  • During the second half of the show, we talked to cowboy entertainer and friend, Pioneer Pepper. We also talked to author and Texas veterinarian, David Carlton. David has treated about every animal imaginable, including a goldfish.

Pioneer Pepper
Pioneer Pepper

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April 2 - 8, 2007
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  • We dedicate this week’s show to men from Texas, as we give phone calls to our two regulars, Bill O’Neal and Jim MacGregor.

Bill O'Neal
Bill O'Neal

Jim MacGregor
Jim MacGregor

  • Bill O’Neal tells us about Texas lawman, Baz Outlaw. That’s right, his last name was “Outlaw.”

Baz Outlaw
Baz Outlaw

  • During the second half of the show, Jim MacGregor tells us about Texas hard cases Ben Thompson and King Fisher. These men ended up with more lead than they could safely carry.

Ben Thompson
Ben Thompson

King Fisher
King Fisher

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March 26 - April 1, 2007
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Sharon Guli
Sharon Guli

Mike Guli
Mike Guli

  • Sharon and Mike are experts on 1800’s clothing for women and men. You’ll really be surprised with the amount of undergarments a proper woman would wear.

Mike Guli
Mike Guli

Sharon Guli
Sharon Guli

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