Was it justice...or revenge? What drove a simple farmer to set out on an impossible quest after a gang of bloodthirsty killerst that raped and murdered hist wife and slit his small son's throat? Their trail led him halfway across the country and deep into
Johnny Shooter was sentenced to hang at noon. But Judge Isaac Parker, widely known as the "Hanging Judge," made Johnny an offer he couldn't refuse. The judge made him a Deputy United States Marshal, then sent his new deputy after the worst-of-the-worst outlaws the Indian territory had to offer, with the orders not to burden the court by bringing them back for trial. Now rumor has it that whenever outlaws gather around a campfire, the word is "The...
After burying their parents, the three young Isom brothers faced starvation. Desperate and penniless, they set out in search of work. Their long, difficult journey forces them to discover themselves, and the harsh reality of life in the late 1800's. With hard work, determination, and a dream, they emerge as one of the greatest success stories of the old west.
For over two decades of pro wrestling, Dusty "the American Dream" Rhodes dominated the ring. Known for his jaw-dropping antics and bone-crunching skills, Rhodes became one of wrestling's first superstars. In this riveting narrative, Rhodes chronicles his journey through an industry plagued with political infighting, greedy promoters, destructive personalities, multi-millionaires, and great leaders.
Buck Cordell is a giant of a man in a giant, untamed land called Texas. He builds a cattle ranch where ordinary men all say it can't be done, a cattle empire that defies the odds, a family that changes the course of Texas history, and a legacy that outlives the Old West.
Buck Cordell is a giant of a man in a giant, untamed land called Texas. He builds a cattle ranch where ordinary men all say it can't be done a cattle empire that defies all odds, a family that changes the course of Texas history, and a legacy that outlives the Old West.
J.C. Holderfield brought law and order to the lawless frontier of Texas in the mid-eighteen hundreds and became known far and wide as "The Town Tamer." His reputation for cleaning up a town was backed up by his fast gun and made him sought after by the law-abiding citizens and feared by those that would prey on them.
In the early 1870's, the young state of Texas was struggling to survive. Its vast, undeveloped land of over 260 thousand square miles became a haven for the lawless. Murderers, rustlers and renegade bands of hostile Indians and Comanchero roamed the vast wastelands of west Texas.
He had a reason for living: to kill When he was just a boy, the five saddle tramps had murdered his parents in front of him, and nearly beaten him to death. They took his eye, his childhood and his parents, and now Wolf would show them vengeance.
Officially, the American Civil War ended with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox on April 9, 1865. However, many "sympathizers" on both sides of the issue continued to wage their own "private wars." This is the story of the "Hawk" family who were caught up in the bitterness and aftermath of the war. Jubal Hawk served four years as a captain in the Confederate cavalry. He returned home to find his home burned to the ground, his father...
His exploits were legendary and whispered around Comanche campfires. He led a roving band of renegade Comanche that looted, plundered, raped, and slaughtered settlers all over west Texas at will – until he visited Shawgo's valley.
A master on the mic and a three-time World Champion, he has had legendary confrontations with sports-entertainment's top stars, including Ric Flair, Harley Race, 'Superstar' Billy Graham, Terry Funk and Tully Blanchard.