RE: Summer Outlaw Trail Journal
Fri Jun 7, 2019 11:24am


Great job taking the lead on this research project. It provides stronger evidence of BC&SK being in the US the latter half of 1901 rather than in SOAM.



  • New StrategyChrisV, Thu Jun 6 10:11am
    Mark* is correct for once. We do have a new strategy. Get yourself a copy of the Summer 2019 Outlaw Trail Journal.
    • Your article is unfortunately wrong Mark A Mszanski, Tue Jun 11 5:55am
      Chris - Read your article. I assume this piece was written to prop up your debunked photo of Butch and Sundance being in Utah in 1901. While you support the idea that BC and SK did arrive in... more
      • The truth hurtsneglib, Tue Jun 11 10:45am
        Mark, I know it's upsetting to you to see an alternative for copies of SOAM documents passed from person A to person Z that claim BC&SK had to be present in SOAM despite not having any eyewitnesses... more
      • Love ItChrisV, Tue Jun 11 6:42am
        Mark, I would expect nothing less. Thank you. I never say they are in two places at once. Read it again. I would also suggest you look very closely at the July 18, 1901 doc. Lets see if you can... more
        • Blending in ?- Oh I missed that ( NOT) Mark A Mszanski, Tue Jun 11 7:28am
          Chris - As well, if your basing your case on Seth Longabaugh being twenty miles away your attempting to take a location for a person at a specific point in time and applying a theory as a result.... more
          • Thanks Mark*ChrisV, Tue Jun 11 7:31am
            Sounds good Mark. Maybe you should go take a map....I mean nap
            • Your END notes Mark A Mszanski, Tue Jun 11 11:24am
              Yup - Got em and read them - A few corrections and some observations below - Salt lake City Newspapers reported a guy who was a dry goods clerk named James Ryan was staying at a Salt Lake City Hotel... more
              • Of CourseChrisV, Tue Jun 11 11:32am
                I know I hurt your feelings and embarrassed you. I figured you would try and discredit my endnotes. Let it out Dora, it will be ok.
    • Re: New StrategyDave, Mon Jun 10 4:13pm
      Where might I get a copy of the OTJ? I did a search online, but didn't see how to order a copy of it.
      • Re: New StrategyAnonymous, Mon Jun 10 5:16pm
        Uintah Regional Historical Center
    • The Outlaw Trail Journal ArticleRocky, Fri Jun 7 1:56pm
      Chris, I love the article. It was well written and very enlightening. I love the forensic analysis and evidence you lay out in a thoughtful and thought provoking manner. Keep up the great work. I... more
    • RE: Summer Outlaw Trail Journal — neglib, Fri Jun 7 11:24am
      • Thanks buddy. I dont know what was the most interesting? Finding a unknown Wild Bunch member in the photo was great. Researching more about Stanley Gardner in the photo was cool too. He wasn't as... more
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