Charley Wilson, better known as “Little Britches’”, born in 1834 in Britain, was a cattle thief from the Indian Nation of OklahomaVery little is known about this historical gunfighter & cattle thief except that he lived as a man for over 40 years till he had to move into a facility for the elderly at age 63, where authorities forced him to dress as a woman. Charley is listed as “one of the most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun” despite his masculine dress and choice of male…
John "Liver-Eating" Johnson ... (c.1824 – 1900) was a mountain man of the American Old West. In 1847, his wife, a member of the Flathead tribe was killed by the Crow, which prompted Johnson on a vendetta against the tribe. Legend says that he would kill, then cut out and eat the liver of each Crow brave he came across. This was an insult to the Crow believing the liver to be vital if one was to go on into the afterlife. In any case, he eventually became known as "Liver-Eating Johnson".
Blue Duck, sometimes referred to as Bluford Duck, (1858? - 1895) was an outlaw of the Old West, probably best known for a photograph taken of him around the mid-1880's, in which he posed with Belle Starr, a famous Old West female outlaw.
Johnny Ringo known as the "King of Cowboys". He was college educated but became a known cattle rustler and deadly gunfighter. He was thought to be murdered by either Wyatt Earp or Doc Holliday, but was not a participant in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
Frank B. "Pistol Pete" Eaton - (American author comboy scout Indian fighter Deputy U. S. Marchal) Known to be the Fastest Draw in the Indian Territory. He was such a quick draw that he could shoot a coin when it was thrown up in the air and shoot a hole in it before it hits the ground.
Before Bonnie fell in love with Clyde, there was Rose Dunn. 15 year old Rose met outlaw George "Bittercreek" Newcomb and fell in love. Rose knew how to rope, ride, & shoot, but was more famous for her beauty and gentle ways, and was nicknamed "Rose of Cimarron". While her lover robbed banks, Rose tended his gun wounds, until one day when George stopped in to see Rose, her brothers turned in George to the law who ambushed him at her door step. She retired from outlawry and married a…
The outlaw cowboys in this photo are not identified, but some historians believe the man standing is outlaw chief John Kinney, who led a gang of horse thieves and cattle rustlers during the 1870s-80s, all while running his own ranch just west of the Rio Grande.
Cattle Annie and Little Britches have been mostly forgotten in the annals of western history, but not in the Oklahoma and Indian Territories. There, they were two of the most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun. They were a cattle thieving couple from the Indian Nation of Oklahoma who only flourished for a couple of years before being caught.
David & Catherine Birnie were two codependent perverts who used rape, torture, and murder to spice up their sex life. As is typical in such cases, the man, David, was the instigator, while Catherine was a slavish - if enthusiastic - accomplice, who helped with the murders as a way to please her man. They murdered four young women, but were arrested when a fifth woman managed to escape and gave the police all the details they needed. Both were given life in prison.
Doc Scurlock ... gunfighter, cowboy, outlaw, associate of Billy the Kid and a key participant in the Bloody Lincoln County War. In 1880 he gave away his guns, moved to Tascosa where he settled down with a new wife and growing family. Eventually moving to Eastland County in 1919, Scurlock opened a candy store where he quietly lived out his remaining years, afraid he was still wanted by the law in NM.
Who was the greatest Deputy U.S. Marshal of the Old West? Wyatt Earp? Wild Bill Hickok? How about Bass Reeves? Bass who? Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves was arguably the greatest lawman and gunfighter of the West, a man who served as a marshal for 32 years in the most dangerous district in the country, captured 3,000 felons, (once bringing in 17 men at one time), and shot 14 men in the line of duty, all without ever being shot himself.
Cattle Annie and Little Britches have been mostly forgotten in the annals of western history, but not in the Oklahoma and Indian Territories. They were two of the most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun. They were a cattle thieving couple from the Indian Nation of Oklahoma who only flourished for a couple of years before being caught. They were known to be closely associated with the infamous Wild Bunch.