— ONE-EYED, PISTOL PACKIN’ STAGECOACH WHIP — The lone masked gunman emerged from hiding, fired into the air, and forced the stagecoach to a stop. He leveled his six-gun at the driver. “Throw down the strongbox,” he ordered.
Caught off-guard by the assault, the driver hesitated for a few seconds before lifting the heavy treasure box out of the front boot and letting it fall to the ground.
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— OUTLAW, KILLER, ACTOR — Under a barrage of withering gunfire, members of the Doolin-Dalton Gang ran from Ransom’s Saloon in Ingalls, Oklahoma, to the livery stable next door to get their horses and escape a posse of Deputy U.S. Marshals.
Inside the livery, outlaw Roy Daugherty positioned himself up high to provide cover while the others escaped.
From his vantage point, Daugherty took aim and gunned down […]
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— LEGEND OF THE WOMAN IN WHITE — Legend suggests that when the moon is high and bright in the skies over western Kansas, an illuminated white figure in the form of a woman can be seen roaming along a dry creek bed called White Woman Creek.
Several accounts of how the stream got its name have been circulating since the 1800s.
According to one story, the apparition […]
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Author Stieg Larsson never realized the global impact he made with the three detective novels that made up his Millennium Trilogy, published posthumously.
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest sold more than 63 million copies in 48 countries and made him the second best-selling author in the world in 2008.
Four years earlier, the Swedish […]
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