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The Most Famous Outlaws

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Rated 27 points - posted 5 years ago by pxc0 in category People.
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William H. Bonney Report Abuse
Immortalized as "Billy the Kid", Bonney's short criminal career was notable for its violence. By the age of 18 he had been charged with 12 murders. He was eventually killed while on the lam for the murder of a sheriff and his deputy.
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World class!!
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HE HAS THE COOLEST NAME WILLIAM H BONNEY AKA BILLY THE KID
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he will never will be number1
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In related to him
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Garret claimed Billy fired back...i dont think he did either.
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he is the best ever i dont think patt garret killed him and he would of killed patt if he wasnt unarmed
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he's already number 2
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William H. Bonney AKA William Antrim AKA James Antrim AKA Henry McCarty AKA Billy the Kid. He's already at #1 where he belongs. Please know your history facts!!
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Jesse James Report Abuse
The most famous outlaw of the Old West, James began his career as a Confederate guerrilla fighter before turning to bank robbery. James eluded authorities for 16 years, amassing a fortune that would be worth millions in today's money and acquiring a Robin Hood reputation for the help he gave to the poor South.
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I believe that the Railroad and the U.S. Government made Jesse and Frank Outlaws, I don't believe they would've turned to crime if not for that.
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I'm related to this man. Ironically there are some bad people in my family
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i'm actually related to this guy
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IM related
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IF JESSE NAME WAS ARTHUR YOU WOULD EVEN MENTION HIM
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jesse was not a nice guy
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he's my 6th cousin
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Jesse James will live in history!
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he is not the most famous outlaw john weslely hardin is!
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never gave to the poor
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that is bull **** he did give to the poor do your ****ing history dumbass 12702370660
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JESSE JAMES NEVER GAVE TO THE POOR HE KEPT IT ALL TO HIMSELF
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Hes a beast
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My Grandpa has our Family Tree and I'm related to him!
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John Wesely Hardin Report Abuse
102 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 10 comments
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John Wesley Hardin was my great uncle.
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john wesely hardin got shot in the back .the killer was rotten becauce john spared his life by shoting his foot.
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at the smart kid who said they had to change they're name.This is 100% true. I go to school ( best friend ) last nme is harden.john is great x4 uncle
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Tom Horn killed mor men
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yeah heres a fact about john " His present family had to CHANGE their last name to Harden because of a crime he did.and the sheriffs were going around arresting people with the last name of of hardin so his family finally changed to Harden
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you spelled Wesley wrong i think i would know my John Wesley Hardin is my best friends great great great grandpa
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John Wesley Hardin
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his middle name is mine
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spelt his name wrong
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A good man, a good man
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Doc Holliday Report Abuse
Doc was and is the most famous outlaw of them all, and one of the few that nobody could kill he should be in the top 10
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I do not think Holliday was an actual outlaw, after all, he rode and was friends with the Earp Brothers and they were Marshals, I think he was a gambler who was quick with a gun
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People Doc Holliday was one of the best! He rode with Billy the Kid. and is to of been just as much of the kid as Billy
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THE GUY PROBABLY KILL AS MANY WITH HIS COUGH AS HIS GUN
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A great gun fighter, but no outlaw by any means.
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no. just no. ^
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no jesse james is the best and always will be
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Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barro Report Abuse
46 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 2 comments
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bonnie and clyde are great
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Was a little later then some of these outlaws, but probally would be easier to trace their story. Robed, left rose, exedera...
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George Cassidy Report Abuse
George "Butch" Cassidy is somewhat of an anomaly among the outlaws of the American West. He attained fame as a profilic bank robber and generally skilled thief yet he was never accused of murder and was never considered a killer like so many other outlaws. The scant evidence of his crimes and life only add to his mystique.
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the most interesting outlaw of the old west
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his real name was ROBERT Leroy Parker
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his real name was Leroy Parker
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I don't know where you got your info, but you better double check before adding to this list !! You info is NOT correct at all!!!
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Tom Horn Report Abuse
Hried gun
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killer with no remorse
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hired
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Harry Longabaugh “The Sundance Kid” Report Abuse
37 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 2 comments
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DON'T FORGET HE HAD THE BEST LOOKING WOMAN IN THE WEST
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the sun dance kid was a friend to Butch Cassidy (LeRoy Parker) from Utah.
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ned kelly Report Abuse
must be up there somewhere id say
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Australian hero stood up to the hated English establishment and it is well known one of the policemen shot raped one of the kellys daughters.
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Calling him a legend and brave is ridiculous. He was a robber and murderer who shot three police officers and was rightly hanged for his crimes
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an australian folk legend he was captured by a group of lawmen led by a south african l his entire gang were killed.the last member left still in his armour he continued trying to fight the posse but was eventually captured .that proves his bravery
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Ned Kelly was pretty smart (at the time) with the armor he created- A quarter inch thick body armor made of iron which consisted of a long breast-plate, shoulder-plates, back-guard, and helmet.
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The best of all by a country mile. He and is gang made iron armour and helmets which looked like upside down rubbish bins and eventually he was shot in the legs and went down all guns a blazin.
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Alexander Franklin "Frank" James Report Abuse
(January 10, 1843 – February 18, 1915) Was a famous American outlaw. He was the older brother of outlaw Jesse James.[1]
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Harvey Logan aka Kid Curry Report Abuse
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not a guy you want mad at you
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Belle Starr Report Abuse
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I'm doing reaserch on her
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Belle Star was known as the Bandit Queen
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Myra Belle Shirley was born in Carthage, Missouri, on 5th February, 1846. During the American Civil War she worked as a courier for Confederate guerillas. In 1866 Belle had a relationship with Cole Younger. She gave birth to a daughter, Pearl, but it is unclear who was the father of the child. She later married James Reed in Texas, but in 1870, her husband became a fugitive when he killed a man in a fight. Reed became an outlaw and took part in a $30,000 robbery in November, 1973. Two years later Reed was killed by a bounty hunter. Belle now became an outlaw and along with a gang that included Jack Spaniard, Jim French and Blue Duck, was involved in stealing horses. In 1880 Belle married Sam Starr, a Cherokee. In 1882 Belle Starr came before Isaac Parker, the Hanging Judge at Fort Smith. Charged with being the leader of a band of horse-thieves. Found guilty she was sent to prison for only six months. On 3rd February 1889 Belle Starr was murdered by an unknown assassin in Oklahoma.
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John Dillinger Report Abuse
The most notorious bank robber of all time, Dillinger's name has become synonymous with crime. His good looks, charm, and the fact that he robbed banks during the Great Depression when many Americans saw the banking system as the enemy led the country to romanticize his crimes and he attained fame as a kind of folk hero or anti-establishment rebel.
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DILLINGER WAS COOL BANK ROBBER BUT WEAKNESS FOR WOMEN KILLED HIM
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Thomas Coleman "Cole" Younger Report Abuse
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I did a PowerPoint on him he was pretty cool
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Al capone Report Abuse
classic ganster killed many lives made thousands of of stealing and reseling selling drugs and beer
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he never was sentenced to alcatraz because of the murders he commited but he was sent to alcatraz because of avoiding to pay his taxes!
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yes., i believe al capone dont sell drugs., only beer its a harmless vice
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uhm ...if your going to make a list...know your facts....he hated drugs so um yes...EAT AT MCDONALDS
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oh gee...lets point out that he hated drugs..and fact still remains he murdered many many people lol.
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what a lame. he never sold drugs! he made most of his money through speak easy's during the prohibition era. learn yyour facts budyy.
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Al Capone never sold drugs, learn your history STUPID! He hated drugs.
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James B. (Deacon Jim) Miller Report Abuse
James B. Miller is perhaps the most ethereal killer of the old west. All that we know about him comes from the wake he made as he lived out a predatory life in the shadows. He never said much or wrote anything except his signature, unlike his distant in-law John Wesley Hardin. Miller may have killed as many as 50 victims. Miller’s rap sheet was enough to engender fear in anyone who knew it. Just the mention of his name as a party to some venture that one was involved in would put a chill in the air. Miller’s record has all the indications necessary to label him a sociopath. He was totally without conscience. He viewed other people as prey or pawns who would be manipulated in his chosen games so long as they were useful. When their usefulness diminished he would abandon them or worse, he would assassinate them. Classic sociopathy—or psychopathy, if you prefer. His posed portrait photos have a chilling, ghoulish quality. Miller’s reputation was especially well known in law enforcement circles and among the criminal element. He was a suspect in the murder of Pat Garrett. There can be little doubt that his specter affected the Pat Garrett murder investigation, as it did the Mannie Clements murder case later. It should also be mentioned that Pat Garrett was surely aware of who Miller was though some authors claim otherwise.
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Miller was lynched along with 3 accomplices in Ada Oklahoma on April 19, 1909 when he was about to be bonded out of jail for back-shooting and killing a rancher on contract.
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Robert Newton "Bob" Ford Report Abuse
(January 31, 1862 – June 8, 1892) born Ray County, Missouri American outlaw best known for killing his gang leader Jesse James in 1882. On April 3, 1882, after eating breakfast, in the home of Jesse James's in St. Joseph the Fords and James went into the living room in preparation for the trip to Platte City. James had just learned of gang member Dick Liddil's confession for participating in Hite's murder while reading the daily newspaper, and grew increasingly suspicious of the Fords for never reporting this matter to him. According to Robert Ford, it became clear to him that James had realized they were there to betray him. However, instead of scolding the Fords, James walked across the living room to lay his revolvers on a sofa. He then turned around and noticed a dusty picture above the mantle, and stood on a chair in order to clean it. Robert Ford then drew his weapon, and shot the unarmed Jesse James in the back of the head.[ James' wife Zerelda Mimms ran into the room and screamed, "You've killed him." Robert Ford's immediate response was, "I swear to God I didn't." After the assassination, the Fords wired Crittenden to claim their reward. They turned themselves in to the law, but were dismayed to find that they were charged with first degree murder. In one day, the Ford brothers were indicted, pleaded guilty, and sentenced to death by hanging, but two hours later Crittenden granted them a full pardon. Despite the deal that was made with Crittenden, the Ford brothers received only a fraction of the money they were originally promised. Ford was shot to death by Edward O'Kelley in his tent saloon with a shotgun blast to the front upper body. He was buried in Creede, later reburied at Richmond Cemetery in Ray County, with "The man that shot Jesse James" inscribed on his grave marker. Ford is often believed to have been a proficient marksman, due to his recreational and extensive use of small firearms throughout his life.
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He was a coward, any man who would shoot a friend in the back, for money you may not get,is a coward
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NOT A COWARD JUST A DIRTY ROTTEN ASS HOLE
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Coward. Sorry if you think that shooting a man in the head from behind, in his own house after he welcomed you in and fed you isn't cowardly but you're wrong. And no amount of brad pitt can change history. Massive throbbing coward.
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Robert Ford was not a coward as anybody would have done what Robert done in that situation. Furthermore, I know that Jesse James did not steal from the rich and give to the poor as there is no evidence supporting this theory. The only reason why Jesse was though of as a robin hood is because of the comics and magazines of Jesse James at that time and this is why Robert Ford looked up to him when he was young, but when he actually met Jesse... Robert's mind had changed about him. I am not going to give a big speach as it's up to you to decide if he's a coward or not, but you should watch Assassination Of Jesse James and decide. Assassination Of Jesse James is one of the most historical accurate films of all time, and this is said even by Jesse's descendants.
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Robert Ford Wasn't A Coward. No One Would Have Tried To Kill Jesse James. Watch Assassination Of Jesse James It Will Change Your Mind About Robert Ford
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The Coward.
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Josey Wales Report Abuse
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absouletly love that movie
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Josey Wales would spit tobacco in your eye.
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Love that movie!
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Josey Wales is a fictitious outlaw only brought to life by the actor Clint Eastwood. The movie "The Outlaw Josey Wales" was base upon the novel "Gone to Texas" by Forrest Carter.
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Sam Bass Report Abuse
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Pablo Escobar Report Abuse
This man put bombs in Colombia also he put a bomb on an airplaine which killed about 200 people and many were americans. The usa army had to come to help and capture him ,which took them more than two years and when he got caught he desied to fight and got killed. this man was loved by the poor which he feeded and hated by many. And they say we love pablo but we hate Escobar.
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Johnny Ringo Report Abuse
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Yes
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Lewis Redmond Report Abuse
Lewis Redmond was a North Carolina bootlegger, moonshiner, outlaw and murderer. He was also the most infamous fugitive to ever come out of the Appalachia Mountains of North Carolina.
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In his day he was one of the most notorious outlaws. He killed more people the Billy the Kid and Jesse James put together. Because he was captured and imprisoned (later pardoned by President Chester A. Author) , and not killed in a blaze of glory, his legend slowly died out.
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Bob Younger Report Abuse
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BOB WASN'T MUCH MORE THAN KID NEXT TO JESSE
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He should be #3. The were the James Younger gang, HELLO! Bob should be next to Jesse, he deserves at least that much respect. FYI they both loved killing them some Pinkertons. not the Pinkerton's didn't deserve it!
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Bloody Bill Anderson Report Abuse
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YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO HANG OUT LONG WITH BILL
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true character fought in the border wars and civil war name says it all
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George "Machine Gun" Kelly Report Abuse
Perhaps best known for giving the FBI their nickname of "G-Men", Kelly was part of the Midwest Crime Wave that terrorized the country in the 1930s. Like his contemporaries John Dillinger and Pretty Boy Floyd, Kelly attained cult status as a lawless rebel for his reckless bank robbing and kidnapping sprees. He died of a massive heart attack in Leavenworth prison at the age of 54.
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Curly Bill Brocius Report Abuse
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Wasn't he also knowen as Curly Jo
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Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd Report Abuse
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HATED THE NAME PRETTY BOY
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Apache Kid Report Abuse
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yeah i reckon i remember riding with him back in the old west he told me a funny joke and i fell off my ferarri
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he was a very funny person back in the day
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Reuben Houston (Rube) Burrow Report Abuse
First Gunman to rob a train single-handedly in Flomaton,Alabama 1890. Known as "The Outlaw King of Alabama", "The Alabama Robin Hood", "The King of the Outlaws", and "The Alabama Wolf", he was the subject of the largest manhunt in U.S.history since Jesse James.
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Charles E. Boles aka Black Bart Report Abuse
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ONE OF THE MOST SUCESSFULL OUTLAWS OF THE OLD WEST
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lauren liven Report Abuse
she was an outlaw
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yeah no joke she was a lovely person back in the day
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Billy the kid Report Abuse
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Billy the kid is awsome
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THIS NANE IS ON THE LIST TWICE SO LEAVE THIS NAME AT THE BOTTOM OF THE LIST!!!
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why are there 2 billy the kid's on here? william bonney is also him, but ihis real name is henry McCarty
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oh wow
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HE IS #1....and i agree. R.I.P.
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was a great out law dont u think
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