Tom Horn became a very good tracker because he was taught by the Apaches, the very same people the US government would task Horn with hunting down and eliminating.
Tom Horn the Tracker Hunts Humans
Doc Holliday was dying from tuberculosis, so to alleviate the burden on his family in Georgia he went out West where he established himself as a hot-tempered brawler with nothing to lose, and as a best friend of Wyatt Earp.
Doc Holliday, the Dentist With a Death Wish
Tom Horn will not compromise with cattle rustlers, and metes out the ultimate punishment to those such as Matt Rash and Isom Dart with his rifle.
Tom Horn Kills Cattle Rustlers
Out on the cattle trail John Wesley Hardin builds up his reputation as an uncompromising negotiator who won't hesitate to kill those that stand in his way. Does an encounter with Wild Bill Hickok await?
John Wesley Hardin Builds His Bloody Reputation
From the ashes of the Confederacy rises a bold rebel outlaw determined to get rich... and get even. Jesse James is seen by many as a modern day Robin Hood, a Southern gentleman avenging the efforts of Northern businessmen to exploit his territory ...
Jesse James Comes of Age Amid Blood and Death
Tombstone's powder keg of competing interests explodes, culminating in the now legendary Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Using testimony, expert analysis, and recreation, Gunslingers breaks down the actual gunfight and reveals details of the extraor ...
Breaking Down the Gunfight at the OK Corral
Yearning for hero figures, the public's imagination is fired up by the deeds, and misdeeds, of the Wild West's gunfighters, and the flamboyant Wild Bill Hickok was more than willing to embellish his stories for those who would publicize his exploits.
Wild Bill Becomes a Legend in His Own Lifetime
On Hardin's 21st birthday he was approached by a deputy sheriff who had a good reputation, and who, unfortunately, ended up filled with lead after his encounter with the notorious outlaw.
John Wesley Hardin Kills a Good Man
After their boss and friend, John Tunstall is gunned down by the corrupt Sheriff Brady and his band of thugs Billy the Kid vows revenge and joins up with the self-annointed Regulators in their quest for justice.
Billy the Kid and the Regulators Seek Revenge
Wyatt Earp and his brothers arrived in Tombstone, Arizona with the intention of making a good living, but they soon discover the limits of the law in the most dangerous boomtown in the West, so he commits himself to serving the law.
The Cowboy Mafia Problem of Tombstone
Tombstone's powder keg of competing interests explodes, culminating in the now legendary Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. When the Earps along with Doc Holliday confront a group of cowboys demanding they surrender their arms, they opt to use them ins ...
The Point of No Return at the O.K. Corral
In what would become one of the most famous train robberies in the West Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch resorted to dynamite to blow open the express car and then an excessive amount to blow open the safe.
Butch Cassidy Rises to Fame After Explosive Train Robbery
As much as Seth Bullock was a capable lawman saloon owner and overall master of sin Al Swearengen was able to thwart his efforts through cunning and political alliances.
Bullock is the Order Swearengen the Chaos in Deadwood
Wyatt Earp was particularly adept at fisticuffs, and would not hesitate to resort to it if the situation called for it.
Wyatt Earp and the Mastersons Dispense a Whupping
As he was attempting to enforce a town ordinance forbidding the carrying of guns in Dodge City Bat Masteron's brother Ed is shot in the gut.
Ed Masterson Dies While Keeping the Peace in Dodge City
Fresh off of tracking and killing another felon Bass Reeves is handed an assignment for which he feels conflicted - bringing his own son to justice.
Bass Reeves Must Capture His Own Son