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Bricklin, Julia. The Notorious Life of Ned Buntline: A Tale of Murder, Betrayal, and the Creation of Buffalo Bill (Helena, MT: TwoDot Books), 2020.
Monaghan, Jay. ‘The Great Rascal’: The Life and Times of Ned Buntline (New York: Little, Brown), 1952.
Silva, Lee. Wyatt Earp: A Biography of the Legend, Vol. 1 (Graphic Publishers), 2002.
Lake, Stuart N. Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshall (New York: Pocket Books reprint), 1994.
New York Times
New York Herald
San Francisco Chronicle
Paul Andrew Hutton. The Apache Wars: The Hunt for Geronimo, the Apache Kid, and the Captive Boy Who Started the Longest War in American History. Crown; New York, 2016.
Angie Debo. Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012.
Edwin Sweeney. Cochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief: The Civilization of the American Indian Series. University of Oklahoma Press, 1991.
Dan L. Thrapp. The Conquest of Apacheria. University of Oklahoma Press, 1967.
Blood Feud: The Hatfields and McCoys, the Epic Story of Murder and Vengence. Alther, Lisa. Lyons Press, 2012.
An American Vendetta: A Story of Barbarism in the United States. Crawford, T.C.
Woodland Press, LLC: Reprint 2013, originally published New York: Belford, Clarke and Co., 1889.
Virginia at War, 1863 “The Devil at Large” by James M. Pritchard, Davis, William C. and James Robinson, Jr., ed. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 2008.
The Hatfield and McCoy Feud After Kevin Costner: Rescuing History. Dotson, Tom. North Charleston, South Carolina, self published, 2017.
The Tale of the Devil: the Biography of Devil Anse Hatfield. Hatfield, Coleman C. and Robert Y. Spence. Woodland Press, LLC, 2011.
The Feud: the Hatfields and McCoys the True Story. King, Dean. Little Brown and Company, 2013
The Hatfields and McCoys. Lexington. Rice, Otis K. The University Press of Kentucky: 1982.
Feud: Hatfields, McCoys, and Social Change in Appalachia, 1860-1900. Waller, Altina L. The University of North Carolina Press, 1988.
Cline Family Association, www.clinefamilyassociation.com
Features primary documents related to the Hatfield and McCoy families: www.brandonraykirk.com
The Leopold and Loeb Files: An Intimate Look at One of America’s Most Infamous Crimes, by Nina Barrett. Agate Midway, 2018.
For the Thrill of it: Leopold, Loeb and the Murder that Shocked Jazz Age Chicago, by Simon Baatz. Harper Collins, 2009.
Leopold and Loeb: The Crime of the Century, by Hal Higdon. University of Illinois Press, 1999.
“The Trial of Lizzie Borden” by Cara Robertson. Simon and Schuster, 2019.
“Lizzie Borden: A Case Book of Family and Crime in the 1890s” edited by Joyce G. Williams, J. Eric Smithburn, M. Jeanne Peterson. T.I.S. Publications, 1980.
Fall River Daily Evening News – “Murder Most Foul” – August 4, 1892 Associated Press – “A Massachusetts Tragedy” – August 5, 1892 Fall River Globe – “A Horrible Crime” – August 5, 1892 Fall River Globe – “The Butchery of Yesterday As Yet a Mystery” – August 5, 1892 New York Recorder – “Lizzie Borden’s Plea” – September 19, 1892 Fall River Daily Herald – “Mike, the Soldier. The Man of Mystery Located At Last.” – January 10, 1893 Salt Lake Tribune – “Lizzie Borden’s Queer Case” – April 13, 1893 Boston Glove – “Lizzie Borden’s Case. How Accused Passes Her Time Away in Jail.” – April 13, 1893 Muscatine News-Tribune – “Lizzie Borden’s Trial. It Will Take Place in June and End in Conviction.” – April 30, 1893 Carlisle Weekly Herald – “Lizzie Borden’s Trial. The Famous Fall River Suspect Defending Her Life.” – May 11, 1893 Fall River Daily Evening News – “Murder Again. Awful Counterpart of the Borden Tragedy.” – May 31, 1893 St. Louis Post-Dispatch – “For Her Life. Lizzie Borden Must meet the Charge of Double Murder.” – June 4, 1893 The World (New York, NY) – “The Case of Lizzie Borden” – June 4, 1893 Philadelphia Inquirer – “The Borden Trial Will Begin To-Day” – June 5, 1893 Fall River Daily Evening News – “The Day is Here” – June 5, 1893 Middletown Times-Press – “Lizzie Borden’s Trial. The Unraveling of Fall River’s Mysterious Tragedy Begun.” – June 5, 1893 Buffalo Evening News – “Lizzie’s Bad Break!” – June 14, 1893 St. Louis Glove -Democrat (reprinted from New York Evening Post) – “Newspapers Barred” – February 4, 1894 American Heritage Magazine – “She Couldn’t Have Done It, Even If She Did” – Kathryn Allamong Jacob – February/March 1978 American Heritage Magazine – “What Made Lizzie Borden Kill?” – Marcia R. Carlisle – July/August 1992 The Herald News, Fall River, MA – “New photos surface of former Lizzie Borden maid after murders” – Deborah Allard – April 9, 2012 The Herald News, Fall River, MA – “Lizzie Borden: Fact vs. Fiction” – Michael Martins and Dennis Binette – August 2, 2013 Rolling Stone Magazine – “Lizzie Borden: Why a 19th-Century Axe Murder Still Fascinates Us” – Elizabeth Yuko – August 4, 2016
https://famous-trials.com/lizzieborden/ — Professor Douglas O. Linder, University of Missouri: Kansas City, School of Law. https://lizzieborden.org/ — Fall River Historical Society
Original autopsy reports and inquest/trial transcripts were mostly obtained through either “Lizzie Borden: A Case Book of Family and Crime in the 1890s” or the UMKC School of Law website: https://famous-trials.com/lizzieborden (https://famous-trials.com/lizzieborden/)
Colbert, Thomas. The Last Master Outlaw: How He Outfoxed the FBI 6 Times – But Not a Cold Case Team, Jacaranda Roots Publishing, 2016
Gray, Geoffrey. Skyjack:The Hunt for D.B. Cooper, Broadway Paperback, 2011
Gunther, Max. D.B. Cooper: What Really Happened, Contemporary Publishing, 1985
Himmelsbach, Ralph & Worcester, Thomas. Norjack: The Investigation of D.B. Cooper, Norjack Project, 1986
Hubbard, David G.. The Skyjacker: His Flights of Fancy, Macmillan Publishing, 1971
Laurin, Carl & McNeilley, Lisa. D.B. Cooper & Me: A Criminal, A Spy, My Best Friend, Principia Media, 2018
Porteous, Skipp & Blevins, Robert, Into the Blast – The True Story of D.B. Cooper, Adventure Books of Seattle, 2010
Flemming, Karl. “The Tale of a Hijacking”, LA, Los Angeles, CA, Oct. 21, 1972
Connolly, Patrick. “D.B. Cooper: A Stupid Rascal,” Free-Lance Star, Fredricksbug, VA, Nov. 11, 1981
Killen, Andreas. “The First Highjackers,” New York Times Magazine, Jan. 16, 2005
Associated Press, Stockton, CA. “Rackstraw Says He’s Not the Cooper of Skyjack Fame,” Eugene Register Guard, Eugene, OR, Feb. 2, 1979
Sanders, Jacquin. “D.B. Cooper New Chapter in Sick Americana,” News Journal, Mansfield, OH, Feb. 10, 1972
Valentine, Dan. “Dan Valentine’s Nothing Serious,” Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, UT, Nov. 25,1976
Murphy, Mary Pat. “Hijacker D.B. Cooper Becoming Folk Hero,” Santa Cruz Chronicle, Santa Cruz, CA, Nov. 6, 1972
Barret, Eldon. “Is D.B. Cooper Dead or Alive,” Logansport Press, Logansport, Indiana, Nov. 22, 1972
Associated Press, Spokane, WA. “D.B. Cooper’s Identity Revealed,” Spokesman Review, Spokekane, WA, Nov. 18, 1983
Associated Press, Amboy, WA. “Parachute Find Stirs Interest in Legend,” Reading Eagle, Reading, PA, March 27, 2008
Associated Press, Seattle, WA. “Hijacked Plane Makes Landing at Seattle Airport”, Spokesman Review, Spokane, WA, Nov. 25, 1971
United Press International, Salt Lake City, UT. “Suspect in Family Slayings May Be Hijacker D.B. Cooper,” The Desert News, Salt Lake City, UT, June 30, 1989
Associated Press Maine. “Hijacker Caught After Parachuting over Colo. With $500,000,” Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, ME, Jan. 21, 1972
Associated Press Reno, NV. “Thief Sends Letter,” Daily Chronicle, Centralia, WA, Nov. 29, 1971
Associated Press, Seattle, WA. “Two Plead Innocent,” Daily Chronicle, Centralia, WA, June 26, 1972
Associated Press, Longview, WA. “FBI Agent Declines Comment,” Port Angeles News, Port Angeles, WA, Dec. 5, 1971
Turner, Julia. “Will Don Draper Become DB Cooper? A Skyjacking Expert Weighs In.” Slate, April 16, 2014 (web, 3/23/2020)
Van Hooker, Brian. “3 Skydivers Weigh in on D.B. Cooper,” Mel Magazine, March 2020, (web, 4/10/2020)
Perry, Douglass. “Ralph Himmelsbach, FBI Agent who led search for D.B. Cooper and also UO bombing case, dies at 94,” Oregonian Live, Oct. 4, 2019 (web, 4/10/2020)
Holley, Peter. “The D.B. Cooper Case has baffled FBI for 45 years. Now it may never be solved,” Washington Post, July 13, 2016 (web, 3/30/2020)
McShane, Larry. “Tina Mucklow, D.B. Cooper-hijacking flight attendant found; Woman was go-between for Cooper, Crew,” Daily News, Sep. 2, 2011 (web, 4/10/2020)
Browning, William. “A reporter’s role in the notorious unsolved mystery of ‘D.B. Cooper’,” Columbia Journalism Review, July 18, 2016
Ingalls, Chris. “Scientistis say they many new evidence in D.B. Cooper case,” USA TODAY, Jan 13, 2017 (web, 4/10/2020)
Coreno, Catherine. “D.B. Cooper: A Timeline,” New York Magazine, Oct. 19, 2007 (web, 3/23/2020)
Bressen, David. “Forensic Geology Provides Tantalizing Clues About the Fate of D.B. Cooper,” Forbes, July 16, 2016 (web, 4/10/2020)
Perry, Douglass. “D.B. Cooper letter, newly released by FBI, offers startling clue that might reveal hijacker,” Oregonian Live, May 17, 2019 (web, 4/20/2020)
Steven, Richard. “D.B. Cooper — Perfect Crime or Perfect Folly?,” Seattle Times, Nov. 17, 1996 (web 4/23/2020)
Holden, Robert T. “The Contagiousness of Aircraft Hijacking,” Indiana University, archived July 17, 2005 (web, 4/23/2020)
Angeloff, Sam. “The FBI Agent Who Has Tracked D.B. Cooper for Nine Years Retires, but the Frustrating Search Goes On,” People Magazine, March 3, 1980 (web, 4/10/2020)
Gray, Geoffrey. “The Curse of D.B. Cooper,” Wall Street Journal, Aug. 6, 2011 (web, 4/10/2020)
McDonald, Jeff. “San Diegan featured in program about notious D.B. Cooper hijacking case dies in Bankers Hill home,” San Diego Journal Tribunes, July 9, 2019 (web, 3/23/2020)
Starr, Douglass. “This psychologist explains why people confess to crimes they did not commit,” American Association for Advancement of Science, June 13, 2019 (web, 3/23/2020)
Handy, Bruce. “Glamour with Altitude,” Vanity Fair October 2002 (web, 4/2/2020)
Smith, Bruce. “The Hunt for D.B. Cooper – An Interview with Retired FBI Agent Ralph Himmeslbach,” The Mountain News – WA, Feb. 2, 2011 (web, 4/25/2020)
People Staff. “Six Year’s Later Bobby Ingram Gets a Piece of D.b. Cooper’s Haul,” People, June 23, 1986 (web, 4/23/2020)
Associated Press, New York. “Skydiver Held as Highjacker; $500,000 Still Missing,” New York Times, April 10, 1972 (web, 4/23/2020)
Smith, Bruce. “The Barb Dayton Confession – as told by Ron and Pat Forman,” Mountain News – WA, Feb. 11, 2011 (web, 4/25/2020)
Associated Press, Seattle, WA. “FBI Rejects Latest D.B. Cooper Suspect,” Seattle PI, Oct. 10, 2007 (web, 4/23/2020)
Kugiya, Hugo. “The FBI Wants to be less mysterious about a mystery,” Los Angeles Times, April 21, 2008 (web, 4/5/2020)
Aviation Incident Statistics, Aviation Safety Network, Aviation-safety.net, www.aviation-safety.net/statistics/period/stats.php?cat=A1
FAA Historical Chronology, faa.gov, www.faa.gov/about/history/chronolog_history/media/b-chron.pdf (http://www.faa.gov/about/history/chronolog_history/media/b-chron.pdf)
History of Boeing 727, Boeing.com, www.boeing.com/history/products/727.page
FBI Records: The Vault, FBI.gov, www.vault.fbi.gov/D-B-Cooper%20/D.B.%20Cooper%20Part%2007%20of%2047/view
The Hunt for DB Cooper by Tom Kaye, www.citizensleuths.com
History of Piedmont Airlines, www.jetpiedmont.com
This Day in Aviation History, www.thisdayinaviation.com
“Alcatraz: A History of the Penitentiary Years” by Michael Esslinger. Ocean View Publishing, 2016.
“Inside Alcatraz: My time on the Rock” by Jim Quillen. Cornerstone Digital Reprint, 2015.
“Battle at Alcatraz: A Desperate Attempt to Escape the Rock” by Ernest B. Lageson. Addicus Books, Inc., 1999.
(Sacramento) Daily Bee
(San Jose) Mercury News
Federal Bureau of Prisons website: https://www.bop.gov/about/history/alcatraz.jsp
National Park Service website: https://www.nps.gov/alca/learn/historyculture/index.htm
Federal Bureau of Investigation history website: https://www.fbi.gov/history/famous-cases/alcatraz-escape
“American Brutus” by Michael W. Kauffman. Penguin Random House, 2005.
“Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase to Catch Lincoln’s Killer” by James L. Swanson. William Morrow Books, 2006.
“The Lincoln Assassination Encyclopedia” by Edward Steers. Jr. Harper Collins, 2010.
“John Wilkes Booth: Day by Day” by Arthur F. Loux. McFarland, 2014.
“Lincoln’s Autocrat: The Life of Edwin Stanton” by William Marvel. University of North Carolina Press, 2015.
“Stanton: Lincoln’s War Secretary” by Walter Stahr. Simon & Schuster, 2017.
Ford’s Theatre: https://www.fords.org
”Dillinger: The Life and Death of America’s First Celebrity Criminal” by Dary Matera. Da Capo Press Edition, 2004.
”The Vendetta: Special Agent Melvin Purvis, John Dillinger, and Hoover’s FBI in the Age of Gangsters” by Alston Purvis. PublicAffairs Books, 2009.
”Public Enemies” by Bryan Burrough. Penguin Random House Books, 2004.
Internal Bureau documents:
Letter from J. Edgar Hoover to Kansas City office saying two Thompson submachine guns have been purchased and are being shipped — June 20, 1933
Letter from SAC Ralph to J. Edgar Hoover requesting guns after Kansas City Massacre — June 25, 1933 — and the response from Hoover — June 27, 1933
Memorandum to the Director concerning the types of weapons the Bureau should purchase — June 28, 1933
Memo from Samuel Cowley to the Director reporting on the murder of Sheriff Jesse Barber — October 24, 1933
Report by Special Agent C.J. Endres on the capture of Dillinger, Pierpont, et al in Tucson, Arizona — Jan 27, 1934
Memo from Melvin Purvis to J. Edgar Hoover concerning Henry Voss and others — May 2, 1934
Case file “Attempt to Apprehend John Dillinger, with aliases, Fugitive, et al, National Motor Vehicle Theft Act, at Little Bohemia Inn, Manitowish, Wisconsin” — June 1, 1934
Statements about the shooting of John Dillinger from agents Melvin Purvis, Samuel Cowley, Clarence Hurt, Charlie Winstead, R.D. Brown, Val Zimmer, and Herman Hollis
Memo from Melvin Purvis to J. Edgar Hoover concerning accusations that Sgt Zarkovich wanted Dillinger killed — August 7, 1934
Memo from G. C. Woltz on his interviews with witnesses from case file “John Herbert Dillinger Escape From Crown Point Jail” — April 6, 1935
Memo to the director concerning “Early History of the Bureau of Investigation, United States Department of Justice” by Charles Findlay — November 19, 1943
The Mason City Globe-Gazette *Mason City, Iowa – “St. Paul Mob or Dillinger Gang Blamed in Raid” — March 14, 1934
The Mason City Globe-Gazette *Mason City, Iowa – “2 Men Did Most of Work Inside During Holdup” — March 14, 1934
The Mason City Globe-Gazette *Mason City, Iowa – “Bank Holdup in Sketch Form” — March 14, 1934
Associated Press *- “Tavern Keeper Describes Visit of Desperadoes” – Emil Wanatka — April 24, 1934
Belvidere Daily Republican *Belvidere, Illinois – “Demand Suspension of Purvis for ‘Bungling’ Dillinger Trap” — April 25, 1934
Associated Press * – “These Dogs Barked and Dillinger Jumped Out the Window'” — April 25, 1934
Associated Press *- “Officer Shot in Bank Raid: Detective Identifies Leader of South Bend Holdup as Dillinger” — June 30, 1934
The Daily Journal-Gazette * Matton, Illinois – “Dillinger Sr. Leaves to Get Body of Son” – International News Service — Evening July 23, 1934
The Charleston Gazette *Charleston, West Virginia – “Purvis Relates ‘Killer’ Slaying” — July 27, 1934
The Ogden Standard Examiner* Ogden, Utah – “Roosevelt Held Most Outstanding in World” — Dec 27, 1934
The Times of Northwest Indiana* Munster, Indiana – “Her Nightmare of Hiding” – Lu Ann Franklin — July 22, 1984
The Times of Northwest Indiana* Munster, Indiana – “Family Remembers ‘true hero’ of Dillinger’s story” – Kathleen Quilligan — April 6, 2008
Associated Press* – “Midwest Hopes for Dillinger Tourism” – Carrie Antifinger — May 3, 2009
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel *Milwaukee, Wisconsin – “Wanatka had owned Little Bohemia” – Meg Jones — September 11, 2009
The Washington Post. *Washington, DC – “What the Wall Street Bombing Tells Us About Modern Immigration Scare Tactics” – Kevin Jennings — Jan 29, 2018
Faded Glory: Dusty Roads of an FBI Era – http://historicalgmen.squarespace.com/
“Wall Street Bombing 1920” – FBI Website – https://www.fbi.gov/history/famous-cases/wall-street-bombing-1920
Carleton Digital Collections – Jesse James Dime Novels – https://contentdm.carleton.edu/digital/collection/DimeNovels/search
Encyclopaedia Britannica * “Thompson Submachine Gun” – https://www.britannica.com/technology/Thompson-submachine-gun
Internet Movie Firearms Database *”Thompson Submachine Gun” –http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Thompson_Submachine_Gun
W. Earl Brown — he played “Dan Dority” on the show and is the founding member of the Sacred Cowboys band.
Darrel Nelson — Deadwood History Exhibits Director
Rose Speirs — Communications Director, Deadwood History Inc.
“The Texas Rangers: Wearing the Cinco Peso, 1821-1900,” by Mike Cox. Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, 2008
“The Ranger Ideal: Texas Rangers in the Hall of Fame, Volume 1,” by Darren L. Ivey. University of North Texas Press, 2017
“Texas Rangers: Lives, Legend, and Legacy,” by Bob Alexander and Donaly E. Brice. University of North Texas Press, 2017
“The Texas Rangers: A Century of Frontier Defense,” by Walter Prescott Webb. University of Texas Press, 1935
“Comanches: A History of the People,” by T.R. Fehrenbach. Random House, 1974
“Charles Goodnight: Cowman and Plainsman,” by J. Evetts Haley. University of Oklahoma Press, 1936
History of the Colt Paterson revolver: Armourersbench.com
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame: TexasRanger.org
The Battle of Palo Alto: Pbs.org
The Battle of Palo Alto: Texas State Historical Association tshaonline.org
The Santa Fe Expedition: NewMexicoHistory.org
Reservation War: Texas State Historical Association tshaonline.org
Abraham Lincoln’s Spot Resolutions: National Archives archives.org
Pease River Fight — “Pease River Massacre: Texas Rangers Defeat Comanche, Rescue Cynthia Parker After 25 Years Captivity”
Pease River Fight — “Myth, Memory and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker”
Pease River Fight — “EARLY TIMES IN TEXAS AND HISTORY OF PARKER FAMILY (Ben Parker)” Originally published in The Tracings, Volume 3, No. 1, Winter 1984, by the Anderson County Genealogical Society, copyright assigned to the East Texas Genealogical Society.
Edited and mixed by Michael Martin at Sneaky Big Studios in Phoenix, Arizona.
The theme song, “Yellow Rose of Texas,” was arranged and recorded by The Mighty Orq in Houston, Texas.
Music by Robb Vallier in Phoenix, Arizona.
Additional music from Pond 5 and Free SFX.
Sound effects from Adobe, Pond 5 and Free SFX.
“A Texas Ranger” sketch and “General Scott’s Grand Entrance Into The Mexican Capital” sketch provided by Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
“The Heart Of Everything That Is,” Bob Drury and Tom Clavin. Simon & Schuster, 2013.
“Autobiography of Red Cloud, War Leader of the Oglalas,” edited by R. Eli Paul. Montana Historical Society Press, 1997. “Crazy Horse and Custer,” Stephen E. Ambrose. Penguin Random House, 1975. “The Earth Is Weeping: The Epic Story of the Indian Wars for the American West,” Peter Cozzens. Penguin Random House, 2016. ”The Lakota Sioux Indians: A History of the Siouan People,” Robert D. Bolen. Fort Boise Publishing, 2012. Sand Creek Massacre: National Park Service Sand Creek Massacre: Timeline Bozeman Trail: Wyoming.org Fetterman Fight: Wyoming.org Fetterman Fight: Exploring Off The Beaten Path
Music from Robb Vallier and Pond5.com
Sound FX from Pond5.com and Free SFX
Select promo video footage from Storyblocks.com and Pond5.com
Promo video music by Sergei Cheremisinov
“Frank and Jesse James: The Story Behind The Legends,” Ted P. Yeatman. Cumberland House Publishing, 2000. “Jesse James: Last Rebel of the Civil War,” T.J. Stiles. Random House Publishing, 2002. “Shot All To Hell: Jesse James, The Northfield Raid, and the Wild West’s Greatest Escape,” Mark Lee Gardner. Harper Collins Publishers, 2013. Jesse James Historical Site https://www.mycountyparks.com/county/Adair/Park/Jesse-James-Historical-Site.aspx About Kearney Missouri http://www.ci.kearney.mo.us/About-Kearney-Missouri General Benjamin Butler’s General Order No. 28 www.ironbrigadier.com History | First National Bank of Northfield www.firstnationalnorthfield.com Ames Family Papers, 1812-2012: Biographical and Historical Note http://asteria.fivecolleges.edu/findaids/sophiasmith/mnsss358_main.html Kansas City Times archives, April 1882
Jesse James theme song by The Mighty Orq
Select promo video footage from Storyblocks.com
“Wyatt Earp: The Life Behind The Legend,” Casey Tefertiller. John Wiley and Sons, 1997. “Doc Holliday: The Life and Legend,” Gary L. Roberts. John Wiley and Sons, 2006. “The Last Gunfight,” Jeff Guinn. Simon and Schuster, 2011. “Too Tough To Die,” Lynn Bailey. Westernlore Press, 2004. “Tombstone From A Woman’s Point of View: The Correspondence of Clara Brown,” compiled and edited by Lynn Bailey. Westernlore Press, 1998.
Recording by Curtis Grippe at STEM Studios in Phoenix, Arizona.
Sound design by Robb Vallier in Phoenix, Arizona.
Sound effects from Pond 5 and FreeSFX
Music from Pond 5
Tombstone theme by The Mighty Orq
“Tough Towns: True Tales from the Gritty Streets of the Old West,” Robert Barr Smith. TwoDot, November 2006.
“Dalton Debacle,” Bob Boze Bell. True West Magazine, June 17, 2014.
“Dalton Gang,” Oklahoma Historical Society. The Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, December 29, 2017.
“Coffeyville, Kansas,” National Park Service, nps.gov.
“Dalton Gang commits its first train robbery,” History.com
“Coffeyville — The Dalton’s Last Raid,” KansasMediocrity.com
“Heck Thomas — Tough Law in Indian Territory,” LegendsOfAmerica.com
“The Dalton Gang,” TheRobinsonLibrary.com
“The Dalton Gang’s Last Raid, 1892,” EyewitnessToHistory.com
“The Dalton’s Adair Railroad Robbery…A Different Perspective,” Grand Lake News online
“In Old Arizona: True Tales of the Wild Frontier!” Marshall Trimble. Primer Publishing, October 1985. “Hornswogglers, Fourflushers, and Snake-Oil Salesmen: True Tales of the West’s Sleaziest Swindlers,” Matthew P. Mayo. TwoDot Publishing, August 2015. “The Peralta Grant: James Addison Reavis and the Barony of Arizona,” Donald Powell. University of Oklahoma Press, 1960. “The Baron of Arizona,” E.H. Cookridge. John Day Company, 1967. “King of con-men,” TheEconomist.com. December 22, 2012.
“The Texas Rangers: A Century of Fontier Defense,” Walter Webb. University of Texas Press, 1935. “Texas Rangers: Wearing the Cinco Peso, 1821-1900,” Mike Cox. Forge Books, 2009. “Comanches: The History of a People,” T.R. Fehrenbach. Random House, 1974. “Remembering Alamo’s ‘Immortal 32,'” Scott Huddleston. San Antonio Express-News, June 14, 2017. “Frigid Fury: The Battle on Snowshoes,” Joseph F. Meany, Jr. New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center dmna.ny.gov “History of Rogers’ Rangers,” Rogersrangers.com “Rangers among first leaders of America’s army,” USArmy.mil
“The Texas Rangers: A Century of Frontier Defense,” Walter Webb. University of Texas Press, 1935. “Texas Rangers: Wearing the Cinco Peso, 1821-1900,” Mike Cox. Forge Books, 2009. “Comanches: The History of a People,” T.R. Fehrenbach. Random House, 1974.
“Frank and Jesse James: The Story Behind The Legends,” Ted P. Yeatman. Cumberland House Publishing, 2000. “Jesse James: Last Rebel of the Civil War,” T.J. Stiles. Random House Publishing, 2002.
“Bandido: The Life and Tiems of Tiburcio Vasquez,” John Boessenecker. University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. “A View of Vasquez,” Mark Boardman. True West Magazine, 2010. “Tiburcio Vasquez — California Desperado.” Legendsofamerica.com “The Hunt for Tiburcio Vasquez: A Chase Through a Californio’s L.A.,” Rob Peterson. KCET.org, 2015. “Classic Gunfights, Vol. 3,” Bob Boze Bell. Tri Star Boze Publications, 2007. “Owens-Blevins Shootout,” Navajo County Historical Society. Holbrookazmuseum.org “Commodore Perry Owens,” Marshall Trimble. True West Magazine, 2018. “The Blevins boys triggered the greatest shootout in Arizona,” Lookandlearn.com, 2013. “Arizona’s Pleasant Valley War,” Legendsofamerica.com “Classic Gunfights, Vol. 1,” Bob Boze Bell. Tri Star Boze Publications, 2003. “The ‘Nude’ Silks-Fulton Duel,” Coloradoencyclopedia.com “Classic Gunfights, Vol. 1,” Bob Boze Bell. Tri Star Boze Publications, 2003.
“A Storm of Witchcraft: The Salem Trails and the America Experience,” by Emerson W. Baker. Oxford Press, 2015.
“The Witches: Suspicion, Betrayal, and Hysteria in 1692 Salem,” by Stacy Schiff. Bay Back Books/LIttle, Brown and Company, 2015.
“The Salem Witch Trials: A Day-By-Day Chronicle of a Community Under Siege,” by Marilynne K. Roach. Taylor Trade Publishing, 2002.
“In The Devil’s Snare: The Salem Witchcraft Crisis of 1692,” by Mary Beth Norton. Penguin Random House Publishing, 2003.
“Salem Possessed: The Social Origins of Witchcraft,” By Paul Boyer and Steven Nissenbaum. Harvard University Press, 1974.
All tracks courtesy of Pond 5
“Tension Echoes” — Anthony Alleeson
“Creepy Drone 02” — Erick McNerney
“Dark Soundscape Drone” — Erick McNerney
“Atonal Madness Drone” — Erick McNerney
“Strange Dark Drone Ambience” — Erick McNerney
“Spooky Drone” — Erick McNerney
“Scary Ambiences Drones and Impacts” — Erick McNerney
“Strange Dark Soundscape 005” — Erick McNerney
“Strange Dark Soundscape 010” — Erick McNerney
“Strange Dark Soundscape 011” — Erick McNerney
“Ambient Strings 3” — Erick McNerney
“Ambient Strings 6” — Erick McNerney
“Intimate Cello 1” — Erick McNerney
“Intimate Cello 2” — Erick McNerney
“Slow Dark Chant Soundscape” — Erick McNerney
“Low Intriguing Synth Drone” — Erick McNerney
“Dark Low Cinematics 2” — Erick McNerney
“Creepy Cinematic Music Box” — Erick McNerney
“Dark Menacing Drone” — Erick McNerney
“Deep Regret (Version 2 with strings)” — Erick McNerney
“Strange Dark Background Ambience Version 2” — Erick McNerney
“Scandal on the South Side: The 1919 Chicago White Sox,” edited by Jacob Pomrenke. Society For American Baseball Research, 2015.
“Eight Men Out: The Black Sox and the 1919 World Series,” by Eliot Asinof. Henry Holt and Company, LLC, 1963.
“Rothstein,” by David Pietrusza. Carroll & Graf, 2003.
“The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History,” by John M. Barry. Penguin Books, 2005.
Biographies of players, coaches, managers and officials: SABR.org
Baseball statistics: baseball-reference.com
Louisville Slugger: https://www.slugger.com/en-us/our-history
Shoeless Joe Jackson: http://www.blackbetsy.com/shoeless.html
Boston Pilgrims: https://www.baseball-almanac.com/articles/boston_pilgrims_story.shtml
Early Baseball Rules: http://mentalfloss.com/article/58134/11-little-quirks-baseballs-early-rules ; https://vbba.org/rules-and-customs/naabbp-1858/
List of players banned from baseball: https://ourgame.mlblogs.com/baseballs-bans-and-blacklists-5182f08d43ff
Pacific Coast League Scandal: https://www.academia.edu/12388279/The_Pacific_Coast_League_Scandal_of_1919_Hal_Chase_Had_Nothing_on_Babe_Borton
Chicago White Sox Trial
America in 1919