ChrisV
San Vicente Evidence
Wed May 22, 2019 4:47am
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From the lack of evidence that dan has provided the robbers could just as easily be......














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    • my two cents worthBob Goodwin, Mon Jun 3 6:44am
      In an effort to make everyone here on the OWR board mad at me, from both sides of this argument, here is a portion of a rough draft of something have been working on: Of the five who wrote about the... more
      • Re: my two cents worthDaniel Buck, Tue Jun 4 7:05am
        The question of how and when stories of BC&SK circulated and evolved in Bolivia and Chile is a good one. We've discussed before about how expatriate railroad and mine workers interacted, at work and... more
      • Re: my two cents worthDaniel Buck, Mon Jun 3 12:15pm
        Bob, Mind-numbing detail, but there's a note I sent a colleague about the Seibert/Glass/Chapman/Horan matter awhile back. Dan ============================== Note how Arthur Chapman (1930) introduces... more
      • Re: my two cents worthDaniel Buck, Mon Jun 3 12:01pm
        Bob, This one will be mercifully short, I'm pressed for time. Many, including AM and I, have commented on the yarning inclinations of Seibert, Chapman, and Horan. It's something old-timers are prone... more
      • Re: my two cents worthDaniel Buck, Mon Jun 3 11:02am
        Bob, I'm going to start with the Hiram Bingham episode -- yes, I'm working backwards, which is my wont. Suggestion: Rather than paraphrasing and thus changing Bingham's description of his... more
        • correctionDaniel Buck, Mon Jun 3 11:13am
          Bob, two corrections to my post (I'm sure there will be more): Murray and Walters were arrested 5 November 1908 in Salo, not Cotani; and they were released on 9 November, not 7 or 8 November -- all... more
    • It's been posted before but...Dave, Thu May 23 5:44pm
      The Aller inquiry. July 1909, Frank D. Aller, US vice consul in Antofagasta, wrote the American Legation in La Paz for "confirmation and a certificate of death" for two Americans--one known as Frank... more
      • Re: It's been posted before but...Daniel Buck, Thu May 23 7:17pm
        Dave, in short, the evidence supporting the case that the two outlaws died in Bolivia in 1908 is better than the evidence supporting some other scenario. That's what it boils down to. One can easily... more
        • Frank Boyd and his buddy Mark A Mszanski, Fri May 31 11:32am
          The fact that Aller who was friends with BC and SK is making the inquiry is a " tell " in itself. The evidence that they were shot in 1908 in Bolivia is better than any alternative evidence . - IE (... more
          • Be careful Mark. Nicholas, Sat Jun 1 11:42am
            The fact that Aller who was friends with BC and SK is making the inquiry is a " tell " in itself. The evidence that they were shot in 1908 in Bolivia is better than any alternative evidence . - IE (... more
            • Evidence mark, Sat Jun 1 5:49pm
              I am pretty certain these guys did not come back to the USA. The evidence that they were dispatched in Bolivia is not Mr.Bucks alone. There are many others who believe based upon the evidence... more
            • Tweety & MicawberDaniel Buck, Sat Jun 1 1:52pm
              Speaking of tells, your "I'm not exactly sure what it is but I believe that there is something there," takes the prize. That falls somewhere between Inspector Clouseau's "Yes, I kneow that, I kneow... more
              • TellNicholas, Sat Jun 1 4:13pm
                I have a pretty good idea what to believe but I am not sharing it here. Prepare to eat your words. Butch Cassidy did not die in South America. You have no evidence that he did. I am tired of you... more
                • Re: TellDaniel Buck, Sat Jun 1 6:03pm
                  "I have a pretty good idea what to believe but I am not sharing it here." Crikey. A short while ago you were of an open mind, now you're mind is made up but you're playing "I've got a secret." In... more
              • Re: Tweety & MicawberAnonymous, Sat Jun 1 2:03pm
                Can you say they 100% died in SA? Until then, Id have an open mind.
                • Re: Tweety & MicawberDaniel Buck, Sat Jun 1 2:32pm
                  In outlaw history there are very few if any certainties The events happened a century ago, the participants were not wearing GPS devices, the evidence is muddled. You do the best you can with the... more
          • Mark*ChrisV, Fri May 31 3:31pm
            WOW! Case closed. Well done geography champ
        • Frank Boyd and his buddy Mark A Mszanski, Fri May 31 11:32am
          The fact that Aller who was friends with BC and SK is making the inquiry is a " tell " in itself. The evidence that they were shot in 1908 in Bolivia is better than any alternative evidence . - IE (... more
    • talking to BrettChrisV, Wed May 22 5:06am
      he thinks it might be.....
      • If you got em show em Mark, Sat Jun 1 5:41pm
        Showing again the photos you think are butch and Sundance is always amusing. In term of the conclusion that lula saw her Brother post Bolivia I think it is a tale made up by her. If you have... more
      • Picture Rocky, Wed May 22 7:27pm
        Now thatís funny.
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