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Tom Bell once helped treat soldiers in the Mexican-American War but traded his stethoscope for a gun and robbed stagecoaches. Some historians name Bell as the first outlaw to rob a stagecoach in the United States. A During a botched the hold up of a stagecoach carrying $100,000 in gold bullion, a female passenger was killed and Bell's outlaw days came to an end. “THE LYNCHING OF OUTLAW DOC” http://tomrizzo.com/lynching-outlaw-doc/

Tom Bell once helped treat soldiers in the Mexican-American War but traded his stethoscope for a gun and robbed stagecoaches. Some historians name Bell as the first outlaw to rob a stagecoach in the United States. A During a botched the hold up of a stagecoach carrying $100,000 in gold bullion, a female passenger was killed and Bell's outlaw days came to an end. “THE LYNCHING OF OUTLAW DOC” http://tomrizzo.com/lynching-outlaw-doc/

Thomas Hodges, who took the alias Tom Bell, once helped treat soldiers in the Mexican-American War for gunshot wounds. But Hodges traded in his stethoscope for a gun, formed a gang of road agents and terrorized several counties in California with a series of stagecoach robberies.   “THE FIRST HIGHWAYMAN”  http://tomrizzo.com/lynching-outlaw-doc/

Thomas Hodges, who took the alias Tom Bell, once helped treat soldiers in the Mexican-American War for gunshot wounds. But Hodges traded in his stethoscope for a gun, formed a gang of road agents and terrorized several counties in California with a series of stagecoach robberies. “THE FIRST HIGHWAYMAN” http://tomrizzo.com/lynching-outlaw-doc/

Roman scribe Seneca the Elder wrote, “The first step in a person’s salvation is knowledge of their sin.” Wild Bill Longley tried to take that first step toward salvation when he admitted he killed only eight people, not the 32 he bragged about. Unfortunately, his attempt at salvation came just before the hangman tightened the noose around his neck. Read all about “HANGING BILL LONGLEY.” http://tomrizzo.com/hanging-bill-longley/ #TomRizzo

Roman scribe Seneca the Elder wrote, “The first step in a person’s salvation is knowledge of their sin.” Wild Bill Longley tried to take that first step toward salvation when he admitted he killed only eight people, not the 32 he bragged about. Unfortunately, his attempt at salvation came just before the hangman tightened the noose around his neck. Read all about “HANGING BILL LONGLEY.” http://tomrizzo.com/hanging-bill-longley/ #TomRizzo

“Suckers have no business with money, anyhow,” said card sharp Canada Bill Jones. He ranked among the best of the swindlers who roamed the American West deceiving the unsuspecting. Read all about: "THE DECEIVERS." http://tomrizzo.com/deceivers/ #TomRizzo

“Suckers have no business with money, anyhow,” said card sharp Canada Bill Jones. He ranked among the best of the swindlers who roamed the American West deceiving the unsuspecting. Read all about: "THE DECEIVERS." http://tomrizzo.com/deceivers/ #TomRizzo

Jack Hinson watched in horror as Union soldiers mounted the heads of his two young sons on gateposts—a horrific, gut-wrenching event that transformed him into a feared one-man Confederate Army. An expert marksman and savvy woodsman, Hinson waged a withering, personal attack on Union troops, killing more than 130 Bluecoats, and creating a legacy as  “THE LONE AVENGER” http://tomrizzo.com/avenger/

Jack Hinson watched in horror as Union soldiers mounted the heads of his two young sons on gateposts—a horrific, gut-wrenching event that transformed him into a feared one-man Confederate Army. An expert marksman and savvy woodsman, Hinson waged a withering, personal attack on Union troops, killing more than 130 Bluecoats, and creating a legacy as “THE LONE AVENGER” http://tomrizzo.com/avenger/

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Robert Paul, an imposing figure in the Arizona Territory, served as sheriff of Pima County, but only after winning a legal battle against the previous lawman.An imposing man at six-feet-six, 240 pounds, Bob Paul worked for Wells Fargo as a shotgun messenger. The company sent him to Arizona to investigate a string of gold bullion robberies. Read all about a man LARGE AND IN CHARGE. http://tomrizzo.com/large-in-charge/

Robert Paul, an imposing figure in the Arizona Territory, served as sheriff of Pima County, but only after winning a legal battle against the previous lawman.An imposing man at six-feet-six, 240 pounds, Bob Paul worked for Wells Fargo as a shotgun messenger. The company sent him to Arizona to investigate a string of gold bullion robberies. Read all about a man LARGE AND IN CHARGE. http://tomrizzo.com/large-in-charge/

Henry Newton Brown and his deputy were well-respected lawmen. But financial pressures forced Brown to find ways to supplement his salary by turning to a life of crime. A botched robbery attempt on April 30,1884, at a bank in Medicine Lodge, Kansas, incurred the wrath of its citizenry and spelled the end for Brown and his gang. Read all about TROUBLE AT MEDICINE LODGE http://tomrizzo.com/trouble-in-medicine-lodge/

Henry Newton Brown and his deputy were well-respected lawmen. But financial pressures forced Brown to find ways to supplement his salary by turning to a life of crime. A botched robbery attempt on April 30,1884, at a bank in Medicine Lodge, Kansas, incurred the wrath of its citizenry and spelled the end for Brown and his gang. Read all about TROUBLE AT MEDICINE LODGE http://tomrizzo.com/trouble-in-medicine-lodge/

Various historians and writers say an unwritten set of guidelines served as the framework for individual behavior in the days of the Old West.  Others, however, don’t quite buy into the concept. But the idea that a Code of West focusing on respect, loyalty, and fair play possibly existed remains appealing. “NEVER SHOOT A WOMAN…” http://tomrizzo.com/never-shoot-woman/ #TomRizzo

Various historians and writers say an unwritten set of guidelines served as the framework for individual behavior in the days of the Old West. Others, however, don’t quite buy into the concept. But the idea that a Code of West focusing on respect, loyalty, and fair play possibly existed remains appealing. “NEVER SHOOT A WOMAN…” http://tomrizzo.com/never-shoot-woman/ #TomRizzo

Patrick F. Garrett enjoyed fame and fortune after he killed—or ambushed—Billy the Kid, depending on your viewpoint. A string of bad investments, questionable judgment, and heavy quantities of demon rum ultimately led to his demise near a desolate road in New Mexico Territory.  http://tomrizzo.com/fall-fame/

Patrick F. Garrett enjoyed fame and fortune after he killed—or ambushed—Billy the Kid, depending on your viewpoint. A string of bad investments, questionable judgment, and heavy quantities of demon rum ultimately led to his demise near a desolate road in New Mexico Territory. http://tomrizzo.com/fall-fame/

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