Released from jail, John Wesley Hardin leaves an account of his life with the local newspaper. It tells of his overly religious father, his ...更多>
Capt. W.H. McNally: John Wesley Hardin has made the name of Texas stick in the nostrils of justice. John Clements:
What are you doing on the trail? Trying to pick up a little stray business?
Chick Noonan: I pick up business any place I can find it. Business was good in Abilene. I had a special embalming and burying job on the Durango Kid. And if I do say so myself, when he was laid out, his own wife didn't even know him. She thought he was a stranger asleep in the parlor.