Erika Vik

Erika Vik

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Finland / Author and illustrator of The Twin Suns series, epic fantasy with weird west & steampunk-y vibe, first published by Gummerus.
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oddersite: dead cowboy in coffin, waiting for his last trainride Whelp. Should he join the ranks of the walking dead, he’ll be supremely well armed to fire back and any zombie hunters.

Death Train robber Rube Burrow was a nationally infamous train-robber and outlaw in the Southern and Southwestern United States.

Buffalo Bill, after watching "Deadwood" I can tell you Calamity Jane loved Buffalo Bill.

But the West of the old times, with its strong characters, its stern battles and its tremendous stretches of loneliness, can never be blotted from my mind. ~Buffalo Bill Cody I'm a distant relative.

Wyatt Earp was born on March 19, 1848. He worked in the 1870s as a police officer in Wichita and Dodge City, Kansas, where he befriended the gunmen Doc Holliday and Bat Masterson. He later worked as a guard for Wells, Fargo & Company. By 1881 he had moved to Tombstone, Arizona, living as a gambler and a saloon guard. He died on January 13, 1929 in Los Angeles, California.

Wyatt Earp was born on March He worked in the as a police officer in Wichita and Dodge City, Kansas, guard for Wells, Fargo & Company. He died on January 1929 in Los Angeles, California.

The James Younger Gang was infamous in the late 19th century. Learn more about them on our blog! http://www.openroadmedia.com/blog/2013-06-13/Ron-Hansen-and-the-Assassination-of-Jesse-James

Outlaw Jesse James (partly) turned to crime as a means of exacting revenge on all things Yankee - at least that's one theory.

This is a rare death photograph of the outlaw Jesse James. It was taken shortly after he was gunned down by Bob Ford in his own home on April 3, 1882.

Death photograph of the outlaw Jesse James. It was taken shortly after he was gunned down by Bob Ford in his own home on April Not a memento mori exactly. But a post-mortem photograph.