Wild West

WESTERN TOWNS TOO TOUGH TO FORGET

wickedest, toughest, meanest, baddest, deadliest), gunfightingest town on the Western frontier? While an intriguing question, there’s no easy answer, and any answer one gives is likely to be regarded as “all wrong.” Many 19th-century communities—some nearly forgotten today—are in the running. Even naming a Top 10 of such notorious locales would leave out “worthy” candidates. One thing is certain, though: Ask people that

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