by Richard W. Etulain
Interest in the Kid remains uniformly high, but the predominant images of him in the past half century in histories, biographies, novels, and films have notably shifted.
A similar find was valued at around $5 million in 2015.
by Bruce Chadwick
There's a new play about Billy the Kid produced by Bruce Willis. Our reviewer was not impressed.
Historian Robert J. Stahl filed a petition Friday with the New Mexico Supreme Court to order the state's medical examiner to create the document for the legendary outlaw.
José María Galante says he was tortured by an infamous enforcer of the Franco dictatorship in the 1970s and is seeking to prosecute the man in an Argentine court.
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