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  • Karen Dunleavy

    Belle Starr: the outlaw queen who would use her womanly charms to release gang members

  • ** FuNkyTX'n**

    Belle Starr was one of the wildest women of the West - an outlaw who would do anything for a profit. The flamboyant "Bandit Queen" was born Myra Belle Shirley in Missouri in February 8, 1848. While a child, her family moved to Texas. Myra was barely in her teens when she began associating with the seedier elements in her neighborhood. She had soon made acquaintances with a couple of hoods by the name of Frank and Jesse James

  • Billy Ledbetter

    Belle Starr was one of the wildest women of the West - an outlaw who would do anything for a profit. The flamboyant "Bandit Queen" was born Myra Belle Shirley, here pictured with Cherokee outlaw "Blue duck " member of infamouse Starr gang

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