Aug 7, 2017
"Tom Horn: The True Story of a Western Legend": He was the man who Geronimo trusted and respected enough to arrange his surrender to Gatewood and Miles. He was there when Ed Schefflin discovered a rich load of gold and gave Tombstone its name. In his life he was a scout and interpreter for the US Cavalry, a Pinkerton Detective, a Sheriff, a Rancher, and a bounty hunter for the Wyoming Cattleman's Association. As a bounty hunter, he was a man crime deterrent against rustlers, but in 1901 his kill for hire work made him a perfect foil for a set-up, and he was framed for the killing of a 14 year old boy. This is his story, along with the story of the American West in its heyday.