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The man who paid $2 for a photo of Billy the Kid that may be worth millions

The man who paid $2 for a photo of Billy the Kid that may be worth millions

All told, Billy the Kid is said to have killed a total of 21 men, one for each of the years of his life, though this number is often regarded as inaccurate and exaggerated.

All told, Billy the Kid is said to have killed a total of 21 men, one for each of the years of his life, though this number is often regarded as inaccurate and exaggerated.

Billy the Kid Wanted Poster. Change to "Wanted" and put "Reward" where "Dead or Alive" is.

Billy the Kid Wanted Poster. Change to "Wanted" and put "Reward" where "Dead or Alive" is.

Put together: A new photo purporting to show Billy the Kid (left) has emerged. The only verified picture of the Western outlaw was sold to billionaire William Koch in 2011 for $2.3million

Put together: A new photo purporting to show Billy the Kid (left) has emerged. The only verified picture of the Western outlaw was sold to billionaire William Koch in 2011 for $2.3million

Extremely rare photo of Billy when captured at Stinking Springs, December 24th 1880.  Pat Garrett is clearly recognisable extreme left and Bob Olinger is next to him.   Billy is on the extreme right where a deputy aims a Colt revolver at Billy's head.  One of Billy's compadres, Charlie Bowdre, had been killed in the encounter.

Extremely rare photo of Billy when captured at Stinking Springs, December 24th 1880. Pat Garrett is clearly recognisable extreme left and Bob Olinger is next to him. Billy is on the extreme right where a deputy aims a Colt revolver at Billy's head. One of Billy's compadres, Charlie Bowdre, had been killed in the encounter.

Pat Garrett's most famous kill did not come from a gun battle. In 1881, he snuck into Pete Maxwell’s house and shot notorious outlaw Billy the Kid to death. - from True West Magazine - #OldWest #WildWest

Pat Garrett's most famous kill did not come from a gun battle. In 1881, he snuck into Pete Maxwell’s house and shot notorious outlaw Billy the Kid to death. - from True West Magazine - #OldWest #WildWest

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.

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.

Purported Photos of Billy the Kid, page 4

Purported Photos of Billy the Kid, page 4

Dirty Dave Rudabaugh - The Only Man Billy the Kid Ever Feared authorbryanblake.blogspot.com

Dirty Dave Rudabaugh - The Only Man Billy the Kid Ever Feared authorbryanblake.blogspot.com

Charlie Bowdre was a regulator in the Lincoln County merchant wars along with Billy the Kid

Charlie Bowdre was a regulator in the Lincoln County merchant wars along with Billy the Kid

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