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There is believed to be more of what is called "True History" concerning the life of William H. Bonney, known in later years as Billy the Kid, than any other known outlaw during the years 1850-1900. It is claimed that at the age of twenty-one years old, he was believed to have been one of the most notorious and dangerous "pistol-tot-n" outlaws of the old west. It is also claimed that he was only twelve years old when he killed his first man for insulting his mother then slapping her down in the middle of the street. Could that be true? And it depends on who you are speaking with or you are reading as to where and when this happened. They say he killed a man for every year of his life; twenty-one years old, twenty-one men. Could this be true? And speaking of truth, was his name really William H. Bonny? Well, you had better read this book and find out for sure.
Harold Bolieu, 71, lives with his wife of 32 years in Mesa, Arizona. Loving history all his life, this was a work of love assisted by his uncle, George Fannett, and cousin, Frank Carrol, who both told him it was best to keep this book and future books secret until each is ready to be presented. On a personal note, I pray each reader enjoys reading this work as much as I enjoyed writing it.