When legendary Charlie Siringo wrote this classic work, he was only 30 years old and had already spent half that life as a cowboy. With enduring wit, he tells the tale of long cattle drives, small-town beauties, meetings with Billy the Kid, and growing up on the Texas frontier. In plain language you'll hear what it was like to live on the "hurricane deck of a Spanish pony" for months on end, earning enough to head into town and have a good time. Crisscrossing the Lone Star State, he lived a vanishing way of life.
Regular price: $19.95
Charles Siringo's riveting narrative tells of the people and events that shaped the legend of America's Wild West. Siringo spent more than 22 years riding with the cattle country's most lawless men. He relied more on instincts and experience than deductive reasoning to survive Idaho labor riots, hunt Appalachian moonshiners, and chase Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch across the Southwest.
Regular price: $12.57
A fascinating piece of work by Charles A. Siringo, put together with stories from eye witnesses, and written by someone who actually met and knew "Billy the Kid". The listener gets an earful of intriguing and riveting historical information about the short and violent life of the famous gunslinger as well as a whiff of another legendary Western figure - the Sheriff that captured the Kid, Pat Garrett.
Regular price: $7.35