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The photo - which is dated 2 August 1880 - had been hanging in a rental guest room in his home for several years, he said. "If I had known it was one of the most famous photos in history, I would have charged more for the room!" he laughed.
He enlisted Robert Stahl, a retired professor emeritus at the Arizona State University, to identify whether the image featured the pair as well as several other forensic experts. William Dunniway, a tintype expert, told the New York Times the photo was probably taken between 1875 and 1880. He worked with forensics expert Kent Gibson to conclude that the two men were pictured.
A Los Angeles forensic video expert said facial recognition software suggested that it was most likely a photo of them while a handwriting expert in Texas compared a signature from Garrett on the photo with 10 documents that included his handwriting. He also found them to match, the Associated Press news agency reported.
originally posted by: whywhynot
On November 30, 1880, Billy the Kid, David Anderson (aka: Billy Wilson,) and Rudabaugh rode into White Oaks, New Mexico and ran into Deputy Sheriff James Redman. Taking shots at the deputy, Redman hid behind a saloon as several local citizens ran into the street, chasing the fugitives out of town.