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Letter From Wild West – October 2012

"Killin' Jim" Miller may have been the deadliest gun for hire in the West - that is, until the good citizens of Ada, Oklahoma, put a permanent end to his bad ways.
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Letter From Wild West – August 2012

The only known image of Billy the Kid, a tintype that recently sold at auction for $2.3 million, leaves us wondering, What if there are more images of the Kid out there?
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Letter from Wild West – June 2012

The 19-century Wild West was notorious for its violence, but would any of its cold-blooded man-killers meet the modern definition of a serial killer?
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Letter from Wild West – April 2012

Red Cloud often gets third billing—behind Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse—in the annals of Sioux history, but that is selling short his historic contributions, says R. Eli Paul, editor of the great chief's autobiography
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Letter from Wild West – December 2010

This issue of Wild West travels from Idaho, Wyoming and the Dakotas down to the Texas Panhandle and Billy the Kid country in New Mexico, where our editor and the Kid once roamed.