May 24, 2020

Bigfoot Wallace | Texas Legend

Bigfoot Wallace was an early Texas Ranger, soldier, tracker, and all around badass frontiersman. A true Texas folk hero and th…

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May 11, 2020

Dynamite Dick & The Doolin-Dalton Gang

Dynamite Dick Clifton, often referred to as the most killed outlaw in the American West was a mysterious, relatively unknown o…

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May 9, 2020

Chamberlain's Bayonets

During the Battle of Gettysburg, Colonel Joshua Chamberlain led his men to victory against impossible odds, almost completely …

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May 3, 2020

Cherokee BIll

Cherokee Bill was part African American, part Caucasian, part Cherokee and 100% outlaw! He wouldn't make it past the tender ag…

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April 15, 2020

Tom Horn

Tom Horn was many things. Cowboy, rancher, soldier, range detective, tracker. Highly respected Army scout and interpreter. Pinker…

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March 29, 2020

Bat Masterson

Bat Masterson was the quintessential westerner. Buffalo hunter, lawman, gunfighter, Army Scout, Indian Fighter, gambler.


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March 15, 2020

Johnny Ringo

We all know who Wyatt Earp was. You know all about Doc Holliday and the gunfight at the ok corral. But who was Johnny Ringo? The …

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March 1, 2020

Sam Bass | Texas Outlaw

Sam Bass, often referred to as the Robin Hood Of Texas. Join me as we delve deep into this not so bad of an outlaw who took a few…

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Feb. 16, 2020

Boone Helm

Levi Boone Helm, also known as the Kentucky Cannibal, was an outlaw, killer, and yes - a consumer of human flesh. Join me as we d…

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Jan. 26, 2020

Seth Bullock | Deadwood Lawman

You may recognize Seth Bullock if you've seen HBO's Deadwood. Seth, like most of the characters on the show, was a real-life pers…

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Jan. 11, 2020

Clay Allison | Gunfighter

Clay Allison once shot a man, stripped down naked, and proceeded to do a war dance over the spot the man died - with nothing on b…

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Dec. 22, 2019

Deacon Jim Miller | Assassin

Jim B. Miller was known by many names. Deacon Jim, due to his association with the Methodist church, the long frock coats he wore…

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Dec. 15, 2019

Dan Buck | Interview With An Author

This episode I interview researcher, author, and Butch Cassidy expert Dan Buck. Dan and his wife - Ann Meadows - wrote Digging Up…

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Dec. 12, 2019

Nate Champion | The Underdog

On the afternoon of April 9th, 1892, Nate Champion was holed up in a bullet riddled cabin. Outnumbered and surrounded, he had bee…

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Nov. 24, 2019

The Mysterious Death Of Butch Cassidy

In 1908 members of the Bolivian military surrounded a home that historians believe was occupied by American desperados, Butch Cas…

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Nov. 6, 2019

The Northfield Raid | James-Younger Gang

On December 7th, 1876, 8 strangers rode into the town of Northfield Minnesota. Shortly before noon they stopped at a local restau…

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Oct. 18, 2019

The Fetterman Fight | Battle Of The Hundred In Hand

On a frigid December day in 1866, Captain William J. Fetterman led his troops into the teeth of an estimated force of anywhere be…

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Oct. 11, 2019

The Bloody Bender Family

In Spring of 1871 the body of a man named Jones was discovered in Drum Creek, not far from present day Cherryvale, Kansas. The de…

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Sept. 30, 2019

John Wesley Hardin

In the fall of 1868, John Wesley Hardin, a fugitive wanted for murder, was laying low when he got word that a group of three Unio…

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Sept. 20, 2019

The Glanton Gang | The REAL Blood Meridian

John Joel Glanton, veteran of both the Texas Revolution and the Mexican American War, was survivor of Goliad, a former Texas Rang…

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Sept. 8, 2019

John Colter | The First Mountain Man

John Colter, known as the first mountain man, came west as a member of the Lewis and Clark expedition. They braved the great Miss…

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Aug. 11, 2019

Quanah Parker

Quanah Parker, the son of a war chief and a white captive, the first and only principal chief of the Comanche Nation. And one of …

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July 21, 2019

The REAL Lonesome Dove

On this episode we delve into the fascinating true events and real people who helped inspire what I consider to be the greatest s…

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June 29, 2019

Brushy Bill Roberts

On the night of July 14th, 1881, the infamous outlaw Billy The Kid was killed in Ft. Sumner New Mexico. Sheriff Pat Garret was qu…

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