So, let me get this straight: my step-third-great-grandmother was a Deadwood pioneer, a mystery, and a good old-fashioned genealogy logic problem...just waiting to be solved? Sign. Me. Up.
J.C., Daisy, and Plot 88
The Wardners knew how it felt to be alone during life's darkest hours, and on a bleak winter day in 1885, the wealthy man helped the poor man. Both were richer for it.
Schooled by the Bohemian Count
He immigrated to a strange land and thrived in that land. He crossed paths with outlaws, rebels, and legends. He loved his family and his friends. The Bohemian Count didn't just make a living, He made a life!
The Man, The Myth, The Bohemian Count
His adventures were the stuff of legend. He crossed paths with Seth Bullock, Al Swearengen, and the Queen of the Wild Ladies. How did the Bohemian Count find the time to make a living?
The Curious Case of Bob Bauman
Did J. C. choose to leave the stagecoach on that bitterly cold winter night, knowing that he faced certain death? Was he afraid of becoming another Bob Bauman?