Billie the Kid

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United States outlaw who was said to have killed 21 men (1859-1881)

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As part of his research, he visited the Billy the Kid museum in New Mexico, where he met outlaw expert Tim Sweet.
Billy The Kid was first presented as part of Brighton Fringe last year, then had a week-long run at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden.
Dee Flagg Life-Size Sculptures of Wyatt Earp, Billy the Kid, Jesse James and Daniel Boone: Estimated value between $30,000 and $50,000 each.
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His whole life he was searching for a home," said filmmaker John Maggio, who directed a documentary about Billy the Kid, reported (http://latino.
They are reverse images, and the Billy the Kid tintype led to the mistaken belief that the Kid was a "lefty".
There's only one photo of Billy the Kid and I think that's why it captivates people's imagination," she said.
DENVER, Colorado: Notorious Wild West gunslinger Billy the Kid paid 25 cents to have his photograph taken outside a New Mexico saloon in late 1880 or early 1881.
Delving deep into his family history the former hash baron claims to have uncovered a remarkable bloodline which links him to none other than legendary outlaw, Billy the Kid.
In the 1800s, Billy the Kid was known far and wide as a cattle rustler, a gunslinger, and a cold-blooded killer.
Billy the Kid is long dead and buffed, and so is the Sheriff who shot him in 1881.
They set out stall early with Mary McCoslin's sweet Prairie In The Sky and Dylan's Billy 4, telling the tale of Billy The Kid.
To some, Billy the Kid has always been a Western hero; to others he was a crazed killer.
95) showcases authentic ballads, stories, insults, frontier etiquette, art, poetry, wisdom, and tall tales in celebration of such legendary bad men as Sam Bass, Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Cole Younger, John Hardy, and more.
During his 24-year tenure, Reid appeared in more than 90 ballets and over 140 roles, including leads in Don Quixote, Giselle, Limon's The Moor's Pavane, and Loring's Billy the Kid.