Nov. 8, 2021

Old Henry Falls Hard | Movie Review

Just thought I'd check in and give my take on two western movies - Old Henry and The Harder They Fall. WARNING: SPOILER ALERTS!!!…

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Oct. 18, 2021

Mountain Man Jim Clyman & UPDATE!

Jim Clyman is a name that pops up consistently in all the books I’ve read on mountain men and fur trappers, but I never really di…

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Aug. 16, 2021

Bill Longley | The Deadliest Gun in Texas

There's just no denying that Texas produced its fair share of stone-cold killers in the latter part of the 19th century. Men like…

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July 25, 2021

Chief Joseph & the Nez Perce War

In the summer of 1877 Chief Joseph and the peaceful Nez Perce went to war with the U.S. Government in a running fight that spanne…

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July 5, 2021

Billy the Kid's Last Stand

Discovered sometime prior to 1952 in the Florida Mountains of Southwestern New Mexico, the “Last Stand Note” - written on a pi…

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June 20, 2021

Tom Tobin & The Bloody Espinosas

When Felipe Espinosa and younger brother Vivian were feeling bloody, the bodies were sure to follow. And in the spring and summer…

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June 14, 2021

Commodore Perry Owens & The Pleasant Valley War

GREETINGS! This is a Podcast Swap, hosted by my friend Michael from the podcast Texas History Lessons! After you give this a l…

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May 31, 2021

The First Battle of Adobe Walls

In 1864 famed frontiersman Kit Carson took a force of several hundred soldiers into the heart of the Llano Estacada in an attempt…

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May 17, 2021

Elfego Baca & The Frisco Gunfight

Wyatt Earp, Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James, Wild Bill Hickock - These are the names of legends. Names I think most peop…

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April 26, 2021

Bloody Bill Anderson & the Missouri Bushwhackers

“I will show you that I can kill men with as much skill and rapidity as anybody. From this time on I ask no quarter and I will…

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April 5, 2021

Hugh Glass | Frontiersman

Frontiersman Hugh Glass was mauled by a grizzly bear in 1823. Left for dead, stripped of his belongs, and covered in maggots, he …

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March 22, 2021

Bronco Apache | The Last of the Wild

On May 6th, 1877, just ten months after the battle of Little Big Horn, the legendary Crazy Horse led nearly 900 Lakota & Cheyenne…

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March 8, 2021

Liver Eating Johnson | Part 2

This is Part 2! If you have not already done so, give Part 1 a listen! As the Liver-Eater's reputation grew he began working as a…

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Feb. 22, 2021

Liver Eating Johnson | Part 1

Liver Eating Johnson was blood kin to the grizzly that bit Jim Bridger’s ass and YOU are molesting my podcast! The man known to s…

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Feb. 8, 2021

Luther James Dorsey & The Buffalo Soldiers

Sergeant Luther James Dorsey was a member of the buffalo soldiers, the all-black cavalry regiments who served on America’s fronti…

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Jan. 25, 2021

The Battle of Beecher Island

In the summer of 1868 Major George A. Forsyth, under orders from General Sheridan, raised a company of fifty "first-class hardy f…

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Jan. 4, 2021

Frank Hamer's First Fight

It’s not every day that your boss offers you a hundred and fifty dollars to murder somebody. I think we can all agree that’s not …

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Dec. 27, 2020

Bill Tilghman | Frontier Lawman

Bill Tilghman - the legendary lawman best known for hunting down bad guys in Indian Territory - got his start as a teenaged bu…

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Dec. 13, 2020

Frank James | The Old Shoe Salesman

The old shoe salesman wasn’t as spry as he used to be. A fact his aching and crackling joints made abundantly clear to him each a…

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Nov. 29, 2020

Medicine Crow | War Chief

Joe Medicine Crow was a mighty war chief amongst his people, the Crow. The Apsáalooke. The Children of the large beak bird. Joe w…

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Nov. 12, 2020

Ned Christie | Indian Outlaw

Ned Christie: Ruthless Cherokee outlaw or courageous hero? Murderer or innocent man? If someone had asked me a year ago who Ned C…

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Nov. 1, 2020

The Bandit Killer | General Patton's First Fight

At the sound of galloping horses, the bandit killer drew his ivory handled colt. It was good for 6 shots and - while there wer…

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Oct. 24, 2020

Luke Short & The Dodge City War

In the spring of 1883, a group of very dangerous men began gathering outside of Dodge City, Kansas. Men with names like Wyatt Ear…

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Sept. 30, 2020

Judge Roy Bean | The Law West of the Pecos

When one thinks of the great judges of Yore, certain names stand out above the rest. Names like Judge Harold T. Stone. Judge Judi…

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