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The February 2014 line-up:

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GODDARD STATION KILLING – After killing two people in Phoenix, Arizona, two Mexicans escape to Mexico. It will intrigue you how they were captured.

BELLE STARR – Born Myra Maybelle Shirley, this "Bandit Queen" choose the wrong man time and time again.

TREATY OF GUADALUPE – Following the war with Mexico the United States paid Mexico 15 million dollars, and in return they got California, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

GORDON W. LILLIE – Although not as well known, Lillie was a more successful showman than Buffalo Bill Cody.

CHARLES SIRINGO – Like a bulldog unwilling to let go, Siringo perused Butch Cassidy until left to South America.

JOHN DALY – John is another example of a lawman that augmented his income by being an outlaw on the side.  But the citizens of Aurora, Nevada wouldn’t put up with it, and they took care of the situation with a length of rope.Elizabeth Custer

ELIZABETH CUSTER – Quite possibly the wisest move George Armstrong Custer ever made was to marry Elizabeth Bacon. (photo is of Elizabeth Custer)

DONRAVEN – Donraven is just one more man whose life was changed by his visit to Yellowstone.

FIRST DAYLIGHT BANK ROBBERY – On Valentine’s Day 1866 Frank and Jesse James and their gang committed the first daylight bank robbery.

KANSAS COUNTIES – Following the Civil War the government wanted to settle Kansas, so they set up a system for establishing new counties.  Con artists loved it.

JOHN SLAUGHTER – Although he was only 5’ 3” tall, Slaughter had the heart of a giant.

SILVER DOLLARS MADE LEGAL – Following the “Crime of ‘73” when the government stopped producing silver coins, the government started using silver again, on a limited basis.

ALBERT SIEBER – Although he wasn’t as well known as some Army scouts, Al Sieber was probably the best.

HASSAYAMPA TREASURE – Following the failure of a dam in which over 100 people were killed, it was discovered that thousands of dollars worth of gold coins were deposited in the Hassayampa River.

CYNTHIA ANN PARKER – Kidnapped as a child by the Comanche, she was later re-kidnapped by Texas Rangers.  Neither kidnapping was to her liking.

HENRY STARR I & II – Although not as well known as other outlaws, Henry robbed more banks than any other outlaw.

FREDERIC REMINGTON – Although he lived only 48 years Remington brought the authentic west to the world with his 2,500 paintings, 25 bronzes and thousands of words.

OUTLAWS HANGED I & II – Two men held up a Wichita Falls bank in which a cashier was killed.  This is the story of their hanging and how they reacted.

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