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The July 2014 line-up:

Harry Wheeler
Harry Wheeler

A DRUNKEN BLACK JACK – A couple of miners thought they could get the best of Black Jack Ketchum because Black Jack was drunk.  But they were wrong.

LAWMAN REGRETS DOING THE RIGHT THING – Sometimes a lawman arrests an outlaw and brings him to justice, only to regret not killing the outlaw at the time of arrest.

ORLANDO ROBBINS – Here is an Old West lawman that needs to be discovered by Hollywood.

JULY 4 CELEBRATION – Using limited resources, the Nevada mining camps of Hamilton and Treasure Hill have a great Independence Day celebration.

CLAY ALLISON – Clay Allison was probably the first victim of drunk driving.  But then, he was first in many things.

A COWBOY’S EXPERIENCE – The actual words of a cowboy describing his experience at the end of a cattle drive.

WARREN MASSACRE I & II – What could be called one of the most unique stories in the conflict between Indians and whites.

JUAN BIDENO – When a tough man meets up with a TOUGH man, as in the case of this story, the TOUGH man usually wins.

YERBA BUENA – Yerba Buena was overlooked by the Spanish and Mexicans.  But, when the Americans took over they realized its value, and changing its name, Yerba Buena became a great city.

ROCK CREEK SHOOTOUT I & II – Quite often, there are a number of different versions of Old West events…especially when Wild Bill Hickok is involved.

JOHN WILLIAM POE – John Poe had a chance to gain fame for killing Billy the Kid.  But the opportunity passed him by like a ghost in the night.

WILLIAM ELLSWORTH LAY – As a member of Black Jack Ketchum and Butch Cassidy’s gang, “Elzy” found himself the mastermind behind their capers.

DAVE TUTT – Dave Tutt and Will Bill Hickok had more than one confrontation.  The last one involved women.  And Wild Bill came out on top.

HARRY WHEELER – Harry accomplished as much or more than other more famous lawmen.  Unfortunately, he was born a few years too late to get their fame.

BLUE DUCK I & II – The story Blue Duck and Belle Starr may be filled with legend.  But it’s a great legend.

WYATT SHOOTS COWBOY – Although Wyatt Earp got credit for shooting George Hoy, in reality, with led flying from more than one gun, it’s really not known who did it.

DONNER PARTY I – II - III – The story of a wagon train that took a shortcut, which resulted in their ending spending a winter from hell.

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