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    • Carolyn Burkett~*~cab

      Tom Ketchum, alias Black Jack; born 10-31-1863 in San Saba County, Texas and died 4-26-1901 aged 37 by hanging in Union County, New Mexico Territory for attempted train robbery.

    • Steven Everist

      Tom "Black Jack" Ketchum. A cowboy from San Saba County, Texas who turned to a life of crime and was executed in 1901. He wrote a rather remarkable letter to President McKinley on his reckoning day.

    • Cher Fisher

      The Last Words of 15 Famous Serial Killers

    • Jim Campbell

      Tom Ketchum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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