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Re: Hatfield's & McCoys

Posted by Michael H. Collins on Friday, 1 June 2012, at 10:37 p.m., in response to Re: Hatfield's & McCoys, posted by Fred on Friday, 1 June 2012, at 9:44 p.m.

I saw them both and yes to we gun guys they really stand out.For room and board and a cheap flight out and back I would have fit them up right.Even that 1873 trapper winchester was an Italian and bright as the sun. When you consider the living quarters of all of those involved along with some of those see thru cabins, a shinny anything was not plausable. Fun Stuff. Great Story anyway.

I googgled the true history of the entire matter to include testamony from relatives and most of the series was based on true events.Even the triple execution in the woods was true. In reality they were tied up to large bushes but they were bullet riddled when found still tied to the bushes. No such thing as forgive and forget or love thy neighbor in that neck of the woods.Mike Collins


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