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"bill hickok" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Joins us, and I've got some old West kind of stuff. Oh, yes, The 1st 1 I have is year 18 65. Yeah, 18 65 in Springfield, Missouri. Wow. Bill Hickok shot and killed Davis Tut and what is considered to be the first known Western showdown Now is that considered to be his theme song have Ah, useful has pulled it out. Because this is this is Showdown Theatre. The mind was just totally on the edge of my seat where they were going to stick with this Western theme, okay? And in 18 73 judges a little under 10 years later. Near eight R. I was Jesse James in the James Younger gang pulled off the first successful train robbery in the O. And the American Old West. There were more to follow. Oh, yeah? Yep, and thereby knew everybody knew his name was not interesting. How those old West guys like Wild Bill Hickok and Jesse James and Billy the kid and then almost immortalized. Yeah, right there. They were thieves. They weren't good people killing before people. Oh, that's weird. On the last one I have is the year 1990. That is bland Madero feature of Bobby Brown in the Shi'a Worth it. It was number one on the charts in 1990. Thank you, sir. Appreciate.
"bill hickok" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Above all our Children from every community must be taught that to be American. Is to inherit the spirit of the most adventures and confident people. Ever to walk the face of the Earth. Americans are the people. Who pursued our manifest destiny across the ocean. Into the uncharted wilderness over the tallest mountains and then into the skies. And even into the stars. We are the country of Andrew Jackson. Delicious s crap. And Frederick Douglass. We're the land of wild Bill Hickok and Buffalo Bill Cody. We are the nation that gave rise to the right brothers. The Tuskegee Airman Harriet Tubman. Clara Barton, Jesse Owens, George Patton, General George Patton. A great Louis Armstrong. Alan ship. Elvis Presley and Mohammad Ali and only America could have produced them all. No other place way are the culture. That.
"bill hickok" Discussed on Historical Figures
"We'll return to your story in just a moment. Now let's continue the story. Hickok as part of his martial duties was tasked with an unusual assignment one of the local taverns owned by a pair of men named Phil Coe and Ben Thompson featured a very large painting of a bowl with well a fully erect male Genitalia area which offended some of the town. I can imagine I mean. I don't want to imagine can one day while bill stepped into the tavern and broke the news that the painting would have have to be taken down or altered. And when Phil and Ben Refused Hickok stood there with his revolver until the necessary alterations were made. This is absolutely outrageous. He just a violation of my rights. You're a damn Yankee someone ought to kill you. Why don't we just kill him? Ourselves Been I could kill a crow on the wing. I'm sure I can take down one man to the crow have a pistol was a shooting. You I will be thank you for your time. Gentlemen keep your paintings in line next time. Okay the crow line would become one of bill's most famous another story to spread across America. But it was a line that simply added to the tension between COE and Hickok and on October fifth eighteen. Seventy one the tension boiled over someone shooting this late at night. Can't be good. Mike Thank you stay here. I'll check it out. I fill. Which one do you find the Dan shot? I was just shooting a stray dog. What's wrong with that? What's wrong with that You know look on Lost Hill GonNa take you in all right all right come on. It was just the dog log. You'RE GONNA kill him shooting a dog. Why don't we try to Q.? what the man do his job offer me. Screw you hit doc. Came it Mike Mike Mike. I told you to stay Mike. Say something if you guys know what's good for you you'll get on your ponies and get out of this town real quick. Yes Mike come on Mike. Let's get you inside all right. You're going to be okay Mike. Mike that's heartbreaking. It is in the confusion of the brawl and the attempt on his life by Phil Co Wild. Bill had accidentally killed his best friend and Mike Williams. This accidental murder changed bill forever. It said that Mike was the last man he ever killed. And according to some witnesses while bill grew more or aggressive in his martial duties he'd go in saloons kick everyone out and throw anyone who didn't comply out the windows and doors. You look up more aggressive in the dictionary. That's probably the picture you'll find. The of dictionaries had pictures although Hickok continued to be successful in cleaning up abilene his more aggressive style. Drew more complaints and more questionable incidents wants to attention not only two months after Mike Williams was killed while bill was officially dismissed from his martial duties. A very sad end for a very successful career. Wild bill never returned to law enforcement instead went back to his first love professional gambling into is still very good at. He is a poker hall all of Famer after all but of course even the best. Gamblers have their ups and downs. The nature of the game looking for more consistent form of income bill headed East East and tried his hand at the acting profession. He headed up to Niagara Falls New York to star in a Rodeo style. Show where he infamously fell flat on his face while trying to rope Obama Buffalo Wild. Bill's fall from grace was swift and painful when he joined up with his former war partner. Buffalo Bill Cody in New York City and participated in what would be the predecessor to the world famous buffalo. Bill's wild west show here. Wild bill was well paid and well fed and was able to gamble and get in bar fights as much as he wanted founded but he wasn't happing acting wasn't really Hickox Forte and he began to drink more and more before shows which as imagine just made things worse and frankly the east. It wasn't the place for wild bill. He was destined to live out his life on the wild frontier. He left the company of Buffalo Bill in eighteen. Seventy four and headed back on the open trail will his next two years were spent moving from town to town gambling and drinking the night away in many ways bill was a shell of his former self. His eyesight was failing due to Glaucoma Homa and he was no longer the perfect shot he once was. He tried his best to keep up his legend but his appearance grew more disheveled and the days he was sober were few and far between Lien. Who is often arrested for vagrancy during this period even if he had a successful night of gambling because he had the appearance of a warned down homeless man it really is like the classic Hollywood Hollywood downward spiral the Britney Spears of his era but like Britney there was always hope for the big comeback in March eighteen seventy six he finally married carried Agnes Lake and shortly thereafter left on a wagon to the dakotas hoping to find some gold and regained his life on the way to the DAKOTAS while Bill Cross paths asks with another Western legend Calamity Jane although their time together was certainly very brief calamity Jane would become obsessed with Hitchcock and later claimed that they were remarried through the ages? Many stories told about the secret love affair between wild bill and Calamity Jane and some even claimed to be their children but all the stories about Jane and the bill are easily proven false and even an attempt to bury j next bill was thwarted. That's another level of obsession. Even death trying to find a connection from what we know about wild bill. The one true love of his life was agnes. He wrote to her often as he made his trek to the dakotas but as much as he was excited about this new opportunity pretty he also suspected that his death might be closer than expected. Agnes Darla if such should be we never meet again well fire in my last shot. I will gently breed. The name of my wife Agnes and with wishes even for my enemies I will make the plunge and try to swim to the other shore. Unfortunately wild bill's vision of his death proved to be correct. He would meet his end in the town of deadwood South Dakota as with every place he went hitchcock engaged in the local poker scene on August. First eighteen seventy six. He won heavily in a game. With Jack McCall to pair. dammit wiped clean again here. Take this what. You'll need some money for breakfast in the morning. You don't want you to go hungry kid you've given me charity. I help where I can kid. Just take my advice and trust me from experience. Don't gamble again until you've got enough to cover yourself okay. Insulted and embarrassed by the loss the unwanted charity Jack went to get a drink and plot his revenge the next day August second. Eighteen seventy six while bill arrives to the saloon for for another day of poker normally while bill always selected his lucky seat which was any seat facing the door habit from his paranoid days. It was so he could see if any of his enemies these were coming in however on this day bill had arrived too late the seat that face the door was taken while bill asked twice if he could switch seats but he was has refused anything to disrupt your opponents Lucky Mojo. I guess hey you take what you can get in poker still wishing to gamble. Bill reluctantly took the next available seat and started did the play and because he was not facing the door he did not see a drunken Jack. McCall entered the saloon pistol in hand heading right towards him dame you bill hill take this guy. He's dead dead. While Bill Hickok died instantly at the age. Thirty nine the cards he was holding at the time of his death were black eights and black aces. That hand is known to this day. The dead man's hand the fifth car that he had just received received is still up for debate. After years of men trying their darndest to kill one of the West greatest legends. It was a drunken poker player insulted by a kind gesture that finally did. Indeed jury of local miners tried McCall the very next day. McCall claimed that he had killed while bill as revenge for killing his brother during his martial days. The jury of minors acquitted McCall which prompted a local newspaper to write. Should it ever be our misfortune to kill a man we would simply ask. That are trial may take place in some of the mining camps of these hills. And it's a great long sensing he wasn't well liked deadwood McCall fled to Wyoming and bragged to anyone anyone who would listen then he was the killer of Wild Bill Hickok. He was soon realized that instead would was an Indian territory that McCall's trial and deadwood had no legal basis. He was arrested again in Wyoming and charged with murder. McCall was quickly found guilty and was hanged for his crime. The lesson here. Kids is never brag it seems very fitting that the ultimate lawman even death still saw justice served while Bill Hickox legend only grew in the years after his death and he has become one of the enduring during images of the American frontier from the day he was born he was destined to seek adventure right wrongs and well be wild. He earned his place amongst amongst the heroes he so desired to be few men represented the spirit of the West quite like wild bill. Hickok.
"bill hickok" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and I'm Corduroy. Welcome to famous. Fates podcast original exclusive the spotify each week we'll release five. Fresh episodes centered around a common theme such as Hollywood icons influential women or music legends in each episode. We'll take a close look at the remarkable life of different person with the help of voice. Actors will dramatize their incredible lives. reimagining judging their greatest and weakest moments then will examine their controversial deaths. Some deaths came too soon. Some remained shrouded in mystery tree and some changed the world forever today. We're covering gunslinger wild bill hickok. He was a law force gambler and performer. Summer when you picture an old West Cowboy Wild Bill Hickok is likely what comes to mind and true to that image. He died after being shot. OPT in a saloon. You can find episodes of famous fates and all other podcast originals for free on spotify to stream famous fates for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type famous fates in the search bar famous fates is a spotify exclusive so you can only find it on spotify that par cast. We're grateful eight full for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out. On facebook and Instagram at par cast in twitter at podcast asked headwork now back to the life of Wild Bill Hickok eighteen thirty seven. The American experiment was still in its youth and exploration of the Western frontier had begun in the small town of homer Illinois. James Butler Hickok is born. The young James would grow up to be one of the West most deadly shooters. Much of that skill was learned in his youth through trial by fire. James's James's father. William Hickok was a noted abolitionist and actually used the Hickok home as a station for the underground railroad. The hickox were always at risk of getting caught harboring runaway slaves. James Childhood was filled with previews of the constant dangers. The new frontier would present him. shoop what is it pops officers offices. This is wanting to investigate our cargo. Most Likely James. Grab that gun beside you. But I don't matter what you know. Don't know son now take the gun on and listen for me to tell you what to do you their car. We want to have a look see inside James Far that gun now at them wherever you like just scare the horses so we have an excuse when we make our escape gotta get back here. Nice job son. No that you probably saved some good lives today. These constant brushes with danger inspired the young James to find a means of protecting himself so he picked up his dad's gun and took target practice. He'd shoot cans posts and the wild critters that roamed his farm arm. Andy quickly discovered that he was a very good shot so good in fact he became the families de facto hunter. Even as young as ten he would begin to bring in major game from around the woods who would also show off his skills and shooting competitions his marksmanship became legendary amongst the local townsfolk. It was around this age that he began to hear the stories stories of the Kings of the wild frontier. That came before him. And the stories of Daniel Boone Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie were the subjects of dime store novels. That were popular among James in his friends. James saw a lot of similarities between these legends and his own life. Protecting the innocent helping those in need and presenting themselves as the coolest list people on the planet and the superheroes of the eighteen hundreds and James Dreamed of joining their ranks as legends at the American frontier and he began to plan his Western turn adventures much to the Chagrin of his parents who wished for their son to stay in the safety of their farm instead of into the immoral and dangerous world of the new West and and considering the danger that surrounded their life at home that's really saying something on the protests of James's parents fell on deaf ears James Model himself on these American Heroes Gross. Hey this is my river now you guys get the hell out your river. It's Mr Carson River that don't matter to me I say it's my river and nothing the thing you scrawny limbs can do to stop it. Hey who you calling scrawny wimps. I'll use US scrawny whims. And if you don't get out I'm GonNa the Dan River so much you can have it. Come on guys. Let's go tell Mr car. We found a farmer in his river. the innocence of childhood. But childhood would soon disappear for Young James when he was fourteen. His father was murdered for his abolitionist. Beliefs which left much of the responsibilities of the Family Farm James James did what he could for the family but he grew bored and longed for the days of adventure and danger. He had with his father finally family. At Age. Seventeen James decided to leave the farm and seek out his own life he got by initially as a stagecoach driver. Making delivery runs between Illinois and Michigan. Again it paid the bills for awhile. PITCOCK was a rising star in the stagecoach business and one of the boys who worked with a man named Charles Hudson thought James was encroaching on the promotion. Charles thought that he deserved. Haycock wasn't a fan of Charles either. He Felt Charles mistreated the mules and was much too aggressive on his way up. Finally during a stagecoach run together the two of them came to blows in the ensuing fistfight. The tumbled into the local canal in the darkness canal. Both James and Charles failed to find their opponent and each believed they had killed the other in the panic of thinking he'd be wanted for murder. James made a split decision decision to flee Illinois and had to his destiny the wild west wait did the two of them just leave the mules up there by themselves. I guess that's a good question question. Actually in all the time the story has been told. I don't think anyone has mentioned what happened to the mules help. Those meals turned out. Okay as good as a stage coach meal could. I'm sure sure well. In any case James decided to take up a new identity as he headed west after all he believed that everyone would be looking for a James Hickok make sense new life life new identity. Plus chances at murder charges he arrived in the Kansas territory and began to introduce himself under his father's name. William Hickok bill for short. He changed his name to unnecessarily cover his tracks but kept the last name to be. Fair is an awesome last name fair point once in Kansas. The newly minted bill was a busy man. He joined up with an anti slavery group known as the Kansas Free staters. It was here that bill acquired his first nickname from those who who disliked his large ego. He was called duck bill due to the large lips. He possessed a far cry from wild bill. He also had a nickname from those in his group that found him fierce and fearless Shanghai Bill much better nickname. But it's still no wild bill in the Kansas free staters. Bill Befriended Buffalo. Flo Bill Cody. Who was only twelve at the time? And the group's leader General Jim Lane it is said that General Lane was preparing for a war with pro slavery group. The Missouri rebe Border Ruffians. And Lane was so impressed by bill that not only did he hope to have bill as a high ranking member of his army but lane also made bill his personal bodyguard being chosen. There's a personal bodyguard is quite the badge of honor indeed but being a high ranking member of an unofficial army doesn't equal large income. Bill's main source of income came from. I'm the Pony Express in between his time fighting for freedom. Bill traveled all around Missouri Kansas and Nebraska Delivering Mail and freight all around the known west. I all in all it was a pretty good Gig bill until the fateful day he found a bear blocking his path Jal Dan bear shoot..
"bill hickok" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"He spends much of his time in the road down the Cheyenne Wyoming and it's here in February eighteen seventy six Agnes a lake the **** honeymoons with Agnes in her hometown of Cincinnati but he then hits west the news mining moved out there in the black hills of the Kuwaiti territory two years earlier he was general Custer on the special expedition discover gold in the black hills rising did with in July eighteen seventy six bombs in the many of the small friends my name's not for him he spends most of his time gambling in the salon spa I don't think you could have found any place more file then deadwood South Dakota it just was a place that had no yet people stealing from one another get people jumping one another there are people that are being killed you have this going on in this scene you find while Bill Hickok your call shortly after noon on August second eighteen seventy six has America is celebrating its hundredth anniversary it got strolls into the number ten saloon and joins a poker game in progress yes Charles rich who is seated in a chair against the wall to exchange seats.
"bill hickok" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Across the west for the better part of a year instead he drinks too much in wins too little Buffalo Bill finds in in September eighteen seventy three Buffalo Bill hired to his old friend to performing Cody's theatrical productions scouts of the planes can be looking at the border yes Chris this bill Cody in Wild Bill Hickok had known one another for a long time he knew about the wild west and convinced him we had to share this with the new generation of people who didn't know the wild west as they call the invite some parts of this wild west so let's just get this over with as well but he hates appearing on stage and often stammers her forgets his lines by the histrionic melodrama and falls to relax he's a man of action not words he quits in March eighteen seventy four back to the high plains goose Hickok he spends much of his time in the road to Hana Cheyenne Wyoming and it's here in February eighteen seventy six Agnes a lake any moves with Agnes in her hometown of Cincinnati but he then hits west the news my name in the black hills of the Kuwaiti territory.
"bill hickok" Discussed on Back To Work
"Thanks very much to twist for making this episode possible. Thanks twist. But book. Clean. It was super clean, the cleanest clean. Villa clean to you. You gotta go watch it. Now, you can watch it tonight. Do we have all my gosh. I've been re watching deadwood be in anticipation of the new deadwood film. That's coming later. You back to the beginning. Back to episode one. Yes. Oh my God. You've better helped me with my fall. Don't look like it wants to infect oh my God, one of the greatest first episodes of all time. And all God. I gotta tell you, man. I like the whole show, but basically through the oh, God, what's key carryings character? Buffalo Bill what's his name wild Bill hickok up through all up through the wild Bill saga? I feel like that arc is like one of the greatest runs of a TV show. I mean, real good. I think ham building his house in season two gets a little bit. But like, you know, what I mean like that all that stuff and oh my God. And the and the and the fancy dandy guy. Oh my God. It's so good deci arrive in season one Cy I couldn't believe this. But. Cy and Joni arrive by by the name. Samantha more place. Yes. It arrives. They arrive in like episode three of Seattle. No. Yes. You I thought they were like mid season two. But they're they're beginning my head. That's the only way that makes sense. I know, but they're there from the beginning, isn't that wild? I mean to me as you know, that's a hallmark of some amazing storytelling you take again. Sorry. You take something like, whatever. It's the wire you take dead. Would you take? We just we just started watching thirty rock and even the first episode of thirty rock, especially the first season of thirty rock. It's where the bull how much they fit in this case. Mahad what a treat. How far in are you? I am into like episode seven or eight of the first season, which might be the final episode. I forget how many they have. But I'm almost the end of season one. I just just recently restarted watching it. I'm surprised at how much I don't remember. Because I haven't watched any of it since it came out and was new and so really, it's great. We bought we bought the DVD's at one point. I love that show, Dan. I love them. So amazing, and everybody's great knit. And it's funny because there was. There's another show that was called sons of anarchy and this. This was a like it is about. The boys. Yeah. Motorcycle family for more for lack of a better word, and I really got into that show. I really really liked the show, but this show is basically a dead wood reunion like everybody is in it almost almost forty. Mccourty? I think so and Dan in places you start noticing Dan Dougherty in different place. I think so, but so many people show up calamity Jane is in it love Joni is in it. I also like as a Madam. I mean, it's real. But it's like every time they would bring in a new character. I'm like, of course, it's from deadwood. Joe Charlie utter as a main character in the Toyota, Charlie Yoda chillier, or you know, what? I misspoke. I'm misspoke, and I misspoke catastrophically night, I completed Joanie and si- with whoever that guy is in Kristen bell there. Yes. Kristen bell is in it. They just showed up in last night's episode, actually. And she's. Yes. Her brother you got Wu yet. Wound is pigs..
"bill hickok" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In arlington. One of the things I wanted to mention as I talked about this great while Bill hickok book and joking with the author Tom Claven about it. As we're trying to describe what sort of a man while Bill hickok was. He was a rare fish. Dresser was very very weird as parents always tried to address well bathed daily, and you can imagine in the old west that was not an easy thing to do. And not only was not easy. It was not something many did beating weekly was exceptional. But he used to bathe daily. Well over six feet tall. Which was very big for those days. He ever check was maybe five four or five five for most men. But as joking with Tom glavin, there is a passage in the book where the wife of George Armstrong Custer himself, quite a character. Of course describes. While Bill hickok in her memoir that was published in eighteen ninety. And if you consider the times, it's difficult to imagine a more lusty passage here. Asked Thomas at Tom with did they ever get to know each other in the biblical sense, as the expression goes, he said, well, you know, she always danced around that you never know. But listen to this passage how she describes wild Bill hickok, and this will give you a good example wide such a fun book to read. Tall live in free in every motion. He wrote and walked as if every muscle was perfection, and the careless swing of his body as he moved seemed perfectly in keeping with the man the country the time in which he lived I do not recall anything finer in the way of physical perfection than wild Bill when he swung himself lightly from his saddle and with graceful swaying step squarely Senate Scholla's in well-poised head approached our tent for orders. He was rather fantastically cloud. Of course. But all seemed perfectly in keeping with the time and place. He did not make an armory of his waist, but carry two pistols, you were top boots riding breeches and dark blue flannel. Shirt with scarlet set in the front a loose neck handkerchief left, his fine firm throat free. I do not remember all his features. But the Frank Manley expression of his fearless is and his courteous manner gave one a feeling of confidence in his word. And his undaunted courage. Yikes. The only thing missing from that is they're saying is again, I joked earlier this evening is why I do believe that I have a case of the VP's. Quite exceptional book, quite an exceptional, man. If I can find one last passage that had a lot to do with how skilled he was with his handguns. It was said that he can throw a tomato can the air and. Well, here we go. He enjoyed putting on shooting exhibitions, especially impressive was his Ambi district. Ambidextrous? Accuracy witnesses reported kill all of this. This is the eyewitness accounts. Witnesses reported seeing hickok driving a cork through the neck of a whiskey bottle at twenty paces. The bullet. Wow. Splitting a bullet on the edge of a dime at the same distance twenty paces and putting his many as a dozen bullet holes in a tomato can that he'd been tossed in the air? Yeah. This guy was a gunfighter. Letting the public know he was always at the top of his game could dissuade ambitious gunmen from trying to take hickok on such men that may have entertained thoughts of gunfighter glory, but they weren't suicidal. This was a man who was on the cusp of becoming the eighteen sixties equivalent of a matinee idol in a country. Civil war glory was receding into history. And we're now was looking west for new legends. And he filled that Bill boy did he feel that Bill glavin just dealt with what he could absolutely find as a fact and there there's plenty in there. So just take note of the book, it's a great read. And if you know someone who is a history buff or a fan of the old west. Oh, goodness. Gracious. Are you set for that? We've got about a minute left to call. We're going to be a minute left before we had done here. I will be back in a couple of weeks, and I'll be sneaking in during the month here and there because they'll be filling in for Bradley, Jay, something guests, I'll have on with me during the remainder of the month. Well, it's about time to. To have some of our old for guests on with us. So you can expect that we're going to have Terry Downes, the director of homeland security Middlesex community college will be pop again before the month is over. We're also going to have Gary summers of antiques roadshow collectables fame. Joining me before we are done with February where you can call in and get yourself appraised. Find out how much your stuff might be worth. And you just never know who else might be popping in and before we are done here. A couple of quick scores for you before we wrap things up. Again, Bruins beat the LA kings five to four and over time. That's the good news. The bad news at this is really bad news. Trust me, there's going to be a lot of collateral damage in Celtics locker room because of this game. Celtics lost to the LA clippers won twenty three to one twelve at one point the Celtics had twenty eight point lead and blew it. The most that they have given up. Since two thousand three enjoy tonight. Hope you did to talk to you soon. Everybody's CBS news update. Now, there are two women accusing Virginia dilute tenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting them. And both stand ready to testify, but see begets, the coal Killian tells us. Fairfax maintains he will not resign. Meanwhile, debonair Ralph Northam told state employees in a letter to stay in office. Nothing last week a racist photo from his medical school yearbook surface, north them initially said he was in the picture only to backtrack later, then acknowledge he wants wore black face. So did the state's attorney general Mark herring? Bloomberg Suhil Kapur explains. It's a train wreck for Virginia. Democrats that top three Democrats in Virginia are facing bipartisan calls to step aside. And if they do that they would be handing over power to the Republican speaker of the house in a redistricting cycle where they're redrawing the map. So they're hanging tight right now. It's not clear any of them are going to step aside at this point one democratic delegates says he. Is preparing articles of impeachment against Fairfax, CBS, news update and Allison keys..
"bill hickok" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I assume the remainder of my ticket booking passage for Saint Louis and the next day took the stage for in the black hills of Dakota. Stagecoach station and deadwood I enquired after Jack McCall was directed to Carl men saloon. Even though it was Sunday. I was surprised to see that. The place was practically empty a faced woman dressed in black was drinking alone at the bar. And I found McCall broken nose. Sullen-looking man sitting at a table playing a game of solitaire. Yeah. That's me. Was asking no JP kindle. What's your business? Jabe kendall. Well, gentlemen in fourth year mentioned your name runs. The general store judge. Yes. That's right. I'll come you wanna talk with me. Well, it was a matter of fact, I'm a newspaper correspondent. And I thought they might be a story to write about deadwood. Your friends suggested that I get in touch with you. Kind of story you thinking about. I understand that wild Bill hickok is in Tom. Do you know him? Why don't you ask her? The bar glamour. Jane figures, she knows him better than most. Oh, thank you. I will. A drink after. Oh, I ain't going nowhere. Miss miss. Jane you talking to me named calamity. No missing it calamity. Jane sorry. I'm Jogi KENDALL gentlemen over there mentioned that you are good friend of wild Bill hickok who. Why that ain't no jet on at a pig banana, Jack McCall you've been sitting with him. Don't follow up there around me hit the trail, Mr.. Well. I was hoping you could introduce me to Mr. hickok. Hey, you English. Yes. Thought to new an English fellow down. Abilene wouldn't quit riding heard on me had to shoot him. Oh. New in nature. Just arrived. You ain't friend and McCall only met him a few minutes ago. What brings you? I am a writer newspaper articles for the London Times. Happy. I guess you heard about me and well Bill. Oh, yes. That's just man. The gun you'll ever see eye to bed myself. But I nothing while they'll come on over to the table. Ring the bottle not tell you about me and well Bill..
"bill hickok" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I left fort Benton, Montana territory river, steamer, call the pride of the west journey downstream on the Missouri. It was a good deal faster than that. Which I had made coming up from St Louis just a few months earlier, I decided to write some articles with the London Times on river travel in the American west. But the balmy weather coupled with a feeling of complete indifference made me put off all. Several days passed, and then we docked at fort Pierre in Dakota territory. I went ashore to purchase a new pair of there was in the store of an outfitter named judge skunk. But I I heard the name of deadwood, well, the left one might be a bit tight right here in the Hugh, Hugh, Legia misty. Car-sharing don't do much trade in ready made you had more time would make you real fine payer financed into KOTA territory. We take it off. Working out. Here newspaper correspondent earn. We've had them come through. But none from England. Must be pretty interesting. Your line of work. Here's it is quite to bear day in round these parks here, folks, back home and get a pleasure out of reading about things we got around here. You mean in fort Pierre? Where too much going on here? I guess you could write about Jack McCall try it on now. Jack McCall used to drive a stage tween here in deadwood. Got some toll yarns about Indians. And like go ahead. Take more now. As I'd like to meet him. Back in deadwood now. Better fine. Deadwood? You mean, you ain't heard who were cut through and outlaws and all the territories. And the United States is indeed would even got wild Bill hickok out there. I hear Taylor's folks want to put him up for martial hickok. Yes. I've heard of him. Won't take long to clean up. I can tell you deadwood. Are you taking the brooch? I'm taking them..
"bill hickok" Discussed on WDRC
"Wow deal. All we had like and reading newspapers. What's your hurry? Sit down. We'll split another bottle. Thank you. But no, I think I better get settled wash. Some of this Dakota dust off. What dude? Go on up, the hotel Callum calamity James sent you. And if they don't give you the best room, I'll shoot up the place. Recommendation was most effective. The best room in the hotel. Two hours later in spite of calamity Janes warning. I wandered down to the boot hill. I was curious about McCall, and what he might have to say about calamity and wild Bill hickok. I found him. They're very drunk. We're talking to a heavyset man who was chewing on an unlit cigar McCall greeted me as an old friend. That. Jim Thome nearby. How are you Kim Brady McCulloch drink? I came down to settle is real funny. June cameras coming to deadwood story about wild Bill Hitchcock, the new Marshall. Recall. Taking care. Bedroom. I I wouldn't pay. No mccall. Gets too much whiskey. As. Being marshall. Oh, well, let's not particularly us. I heard that in for five days ago. Don't you believe it fellas? Route here they don't want. You go right in your paper or anything like that? Right. Right. That it ain't true. He's not going to get the job. He does a lot of grease curl Baid man, l'amitie gain. But all in things, you just let them brag. Doc, never plugged demand listener feller back is turned down to Abilene when he drive goes cold. The worst thing you ever seen shot him in the back by mistake. He goes and killed it on crowd. Mike williams. Sir. Like that for you think. So. I suppose it depends on how many one, oh, there's a lot of them minors up the hill. They're figuring..
"bill hickok" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I. Lakers. This thing called the federal artery you plead out about the two minutes. I mean, I hate to break the folks, but this is not the old west wild Bill hickok was famously quoted as saying the reason he wants so many gunfights is while the other guy is pulling and shooting at him. He took the time to aim the aim exactly and a handgun is not all that easy to hit somebody with. I mean, you have several shootouts where you see them on these cop. Cam shows all the time where people are just topping around left, and right, and nobody gets it. I'm just fascinated by. I mean, you just think okay. Let's let's let's forget cops for a second. Let's let's take well trained military personnel in a combat zone. And they've got people charging an attacking and coming out on from every which direction. And but for the Matic weapons, they'd be dead. This idea that you can somehow hit somebody in the kneecap or somehow the hip, which I find fascinating you're gonna fracture or hill. With Artie, I I'm just fascinated by that. Shoot them in the groin. Also, there's a there's another winning place to shoot somebody by the way, I'm gonna let you go because guess who's back Todd's back. So Todd did you hear me? I'm just asking. If you do me a favor that when you get home I'd like to see the stats upon which you make your contention. Sure, why don't you do me a favor? There's a college student last year, the reshot Riley laying down on the ground. Advocaat Tobin for you know, crawl forward it is unaware of. I'm aware of that case. And I think in that case the cop was charged with murder. Good..
"bill hickok" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Acronym for what drew you related intestinal disease syndrome lo que because that's all they were seeing it then. But this an equal opportunity killer, drew. Yes, why would they name it grits? If they didn't know yet what it was. But why would they use gay because that's the group that was getting drew? It's an equal opportunity Taylor. That yet that that point that right? Did it's an equal opportunity in Africa. Yes, it is. So why why with the gay stuff? He should check that out. Clearly, they were. Bigoted. Why don't you call something grids start with gay? It's just everyone gets the same has the same. Another one of the many things. I it's it's sort of the third hand smoke of science, which is look I think it's okay to say that you can get aids in a heterosexual relationship, and you should put a condom on. But there's also problem when you take everything and just turn it into everything. Right. When you take it to an extreme when you're taking out of out of the sort of observation reality and make it something else. Well, if you turn secondhand smoke in a firsthand killer, but nobody dies secondhand smoke. In a way, I'm going to not listen to you. When you talk about what else is dangerous, which is dangerous because the second thing you're talking about could be dangerous, and this is kind of the prom. Like, I know you want everyone to wear a condom good. But you can't say. Heterosexual aids in gates is statistically say otherwise throughly not that you're getting in some weird weird territory now where you're basically going I'm gonna lie to you to get you to do. What's right? Which is fine with your kids when you want to beat their vegetables in their eight, but when you're dealing with the population, it's it's a slippery slope particularly lessons because then it becomes Reefer madness. When you overstate something to adolescence than they don't trust you much else. All right. Do we have Ringo by Lorne Greene? For the west outlaws, the gunslingers the big kids in worse, where did you say? That shot Bill hickok in the back. There's always one like that. And every time of history. Most of them who once every once in a while and one of them the may have lived a man..
"bill hickok" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I mentioned earlier that you could get a letter from new york all burger to saint joe by by railroad and there had been recently a railroad that had been connected in to saint joseph and that was partly the reason that they selected to saint joe they also use the the telegraph's the idea for at least for russell was that this would always be a short you know short lived venture we get our publicity we get that big contract and then when we have the railroad you know is going the whole way or even the telegraph we're going to be making money you know from the side routes because you ps now you know you're or fedex or whatever system you have you dry you know the big freights go on go on the highway but then how does it get to your house bill hickok in the time that we had left here was he a part of this he worked for the he worked for the parent companies and he had actually gotten injured shortly shortly around the time that's express starts and he was kind of recuperating at one of the stations when he when he's his first when i first claim to fame which either depending on how you interpret the court testimony he was either preventing the station owners wife from being raped or he murdered something called blood you know i dunno it's open to interpretation you can take your pick i guess there were there were other shady dealings and the like i mean murder i guess was part of the story wasn't it absolutely what you know what am i best though is.
"bill hickok" Discussed on WGN Radio
"High of ninety tonight partly cloudy scattered thunderstorms possible low sixty seven tomorrow partly cloudy is scattered thunderstorms possible with a high of eighty eight right now here eighty four midway eighty four lombard eighty four along the lakefront eighty two i'm kim gordon in the wgn radio newsroom and this is the stuff that matters on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn cam thanks so much it's bill and harry it's harry's filling in for wendy she'll be back on tuesday garrett dila hunt is our guest garrett is one of the hardest working and busiest character actors anywhere who has an incredible knack for showing up on every television show that i like it's amazing garrett how are you hey good morning guys what an honor to meet you i'm honored that you're honored let me well we are let me just give a couple of credits your way movies like no country for old men twelve years a slave winter's bone television shows like deadwood raising hope mindy project fear the walking dead that's quite an imdb page you've put together sir show now can i point out something that i think is one of the best full circle stories in the history of show business when you were on deadwood your character killed wild bill hickok right fast forward a little bit you're on raising hope working with martha plumpton the daughter of keith carradine what was it like to work with somebody whose father you just killed well i think we all knew it was pretend so she wasn't too upset about it and keep came on later in the later in the run of the show i can't remember pretty funny became honest cowboy dude.
"bill hickok" Discussed on WCHS
"Say the impending transcontinental efforts by the railroads and and by the telegraph i mean clearly those were coming of the civil war was going to go on forever absolutely and but here's the thing they new new that the railroad was coming and they knew that the telegraph was coming and they use both of those technologies they kind of incorporated them into their service i mentioned earlier that you could get a letter from new york over to saint joe by by railroad and there had been recently a railroad that had been connected in to saint joseph and that was partly the reason that they selected saint joe they also use the telegraph's the idea for at least for russell was that this would always be a short you know short lived venture we get our publicity we get that big contract and then when we have the railroad you know is going the whole way or even the telegraph we're going to be making money you know from the side routes because it's like ups now you know you're or fedex or whatever system you have you draw you know the big freights go on go on the highway but then how does it get to your house wild bill hickok in the time that we have left here with a part of this he worked for the he worked for the parent companies and he had actually gotten injured shortly shortly around the time that's funny express starts and he was kind of recuperating at one of the stations when he when he's his i guess is i claim to fame which either depending on how you interpret the court testimony he was either preventing this station owners wife from being raped or he murdered somebody in cold blood you know i dunno it's open to interpretation you can take your pick i guess there were there were other shady dealings and the like i mean the murder i guess was part of the story wasn't it absolutely what you know what am i best though is that you know sometimes you get.
"bill hickok" Discussed on WLOB
"Transcontinental efforts by the railroads and by the telegraph i mean clearly those were coming of the civil war was going to go on forever absolutely and but here's the thing they new new that the railroad was coming and they knew that the telegraph was coming and they use both of those technologies they kind of incorporated them into their service i mentioned earlier that you could get a letter from new york over to to saint joe by by railroad and there had been recently a railroad that had been connected in to saint joseph and that was partly the reason that they selected saint joe they also use the the telegraph's the idea for at least for russell was that this would always be assured you know short lived venture we get our publicity we get that big contract and then when we have the railroad you know is going the whole way or even the telegraph we're going to be making money you know from the side routes because it's like ups now you know you're or fedex or whatever system you have you draw you know the big freights go on go on the highway but then how does it get to your house wild bill hickok at the time that we have left here with a part of this he worked for the he worked for the parent companies and he had actually gotten injured shortly shortly around the time that's pony express starts and he was kind of recuperating at one of the stations when he when he's his well i guess is i claim to fame which either depending on how you interpret the court testimony he was either preventing the station owners wife from being raped or he murdered somebody in cold blood you know i dunno it's open to interpretation you can take your pick i guess there were there were other shady dealings and the like i mean murder i guess with part of the story wasn't it absolutely what you know what am i best though is that you know sometimes you get.