72 - Outlaws of the West (Part 1). Capitol Reef National Park.
This week we head back to the 1800s in the wild wild west. We follow Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch gang – the most prolific bank and train robbers in outlaw history. Butch Cassidy created an extremely organized group of outlaws who spent their time fleeing authorities on horseback into the most remote areas of Utah, taking sums of money that would be worth millions today.
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Sources: NPS, The Last Outlaws by Thom Hatch, History.com, Britannica, History Vault
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