It has been a long time since my brain has allowed me to do edits. I’m working on the book about my father’s Alzheimer’s. It’s time to put the articles and essays I’ve done about Wyatt Earp into something viable. I’m doing that. My publisher wants the murder mystery. I need to get my […]
I am a kindergarten drop-out. Lately, I has been getting some questions about who I am, and what I believe. I thought I would post a bit of information about me. You can find more information about my politics at The Pink Flamingo. The main thing is I’ve had a blast, managed to get to […]
It took me ten years to obtain a copy of Endicott Peabody’s Tombstone diary. To date it is only the second Tombstone Earp-era diary yet discovered and transcribed. The irony is that the other diary belongs to that of George Parsons, who became Endicott Peabody’s life-long friend.
Legendary New Mexico author Frank Waters did his best to slander Wyatt Earp. Why he did so is still a mystery. After a decade of research, I still don’t know why he did it. Travesty features the original version of The Earp Brothers of Tombstone, that I discovered, untouched, after nearly a half century. Why […]