Thayne Archibald was executed at the Nevada State Prison on August 23, 1961. He was convicted for the crime of murder. Archibald was a native of Utah and at the time of his death was 22 years old
Apache Kid The boy who was never known by any other name to whites, but whose Apache name was Zenogalache, waited many years before taking his revenge, eventually murdering his father's killer near the Aravaipo River.
Burt Alvord Robbed the westbound train at Cochise Station on September 11, 1899. Was the constable for that Railroad.
Tony Accardo The Death of the Don: The Legacy of Tony Accardo
Hugh Anderson Short biography on the outlaw
Robert Clay Allison Born in Tennessee 1840
Joe Ball I think it would be fair to say that Joe Ball was one of the U.S.'s greatest nutcases.
Clyde Barrow reward poster
Curly Bill Brocius Born somewhere in Texas about 1840 – an ugly gunslinger who'd kill a man on the least provocation and laugh over a card game an hour later.
Cherokee Bill Biography about the famous outlaw
Sam Bass Bass was born on July 21, 1851 near Mitchell, Indiana. His mother, Jane, died in 1861. His father died in 1864. He had two brothers and four sisters. All were raised by their maternal uncle David L. Sheeks. Sam hated school but loved horses, hunting, and cards. He ran away from home about 1869.
Charles E. Boles aka Black Bart As history has it, Boles was born and raised in upper New York State and had been a farmer until he married and moved to Illinois just before the Civil War. He served as a sergeant in the 116th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. After the death of his family members, he moved to California to seek his fortune. After trying a number of odd jobs, even panning for gold, he turned to stagecoach robbing.
Cullen Baker Cullen Baker was a bad man. And it seems he always was. His family came to Texas from Tennessee in 1839.
Billy the Kid Billy the Kid was born in an Irish section of the Bowery slums of New York City in 1859. His real name was either William Bonney or Henry McCarty
Billy the Kid Reward Poster
Bonnie & Clyde Story of Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow of Texas
Bonnie & Clyde FBI wanted poster 1934
Baby Face Nelson Lester Joseph Gillis was born in Chicago Illinois in 1908 to poor Scottish parents Josef and Mary Gillis, from Margaree, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. He became one of the toughest and most heartless of the Depression-era gangsters
Baby Face Nelson Wanted Poster
Bluford "Blue" Duck Early Oklahoma outlaw Bluford "Blue" Duck's story.
William "Billy" L. Brooks Following a siege near Caldwell, Kansas, Brooks, Charlie Smith and L. B. Hasbrouck were removed from jail by a large gang of silent men and taken to a large tree on the main road. Despite pleas for mercy and a fair trial, the three were hung. Brooks reportedly begged for mercy.
George Newcomb "Bitter Creek," "Slaughter's Kid" Born 1866, Fort Scott, Kansas; Died May 2, 1895, Dunn Ranch, on the Cimarron River, Oklahoma, Cowboy and Robber Left home as a youth for Texas, where he worked for the famous "Texas John" Slaughter as a cowboy.
Bloody Bill Anderson One of the best known and most feared of all Missouri Confederate guerrillas was William Anderson who, surprisingly, considered himself a Kansan.
Logan Belt Biography of the outlaw
Ted Bundy FBI wanted poster
Charlie Bowdre Biography of the outlaw that was part of Billy the Kids gang
Jake Bird Jake Bird was born "somewhere out in Louisiana where there ain't no post office."
James "Whitey" Bulger
The notorious head of South Boston mob.
the brilliant brutal Chicago crime czar, and his family history.
Jose Chavez Y Chavez Born in 1851 in Ceboleta, New Mexico, little is known of his childhood. José discovered that honest labor is often difficult, and he gradually drifted from petty theft to cattle rustling.
Frank Canton Frank Canton's real name was Joe Horner. He was born near Richmond, VA in 1849.
Criminals Record of Early Crime in Windham County, Connecticut, taken from “History of Windham County, Connecticut” by Richard Bayles, 1889.
The Dalton Gang Biography of the Dalton brothers
Bank Robber John Dillinger Official FBI Reward Poster 1934
Frederick Bailey Deeming Explore the story of Frederick Bailey Deeming: wife-murderer, bigamist, thief and con-man.
Bill Doolin and his wild bunch Biography of Bill Doolin as well as members of his gang
Wesley Elkins Elkins was only 11 years old when he murdered his father and step-mother in the remote farmhouse they shared in rural Clayton County, Iowa in July 1889. A motive was never definitively established; however, young Elkins was known to be angry over being required by his parents to care for his infant step-sister more frequently than he wanted. The brutality of the crime, its senselessness, and the tender age of the alleged murderer caused a stir across the state and beyond.
Col. Fluger Born in the county of Rockingham, in New-Hampshire, and in a town, where they still call a kitchen a scullery.
Roy Gardner Roy Gardner was born on January 5, 1886, into a bone-poor family of sodbusters who settled in Trenton, a wart of a town in the heart of Missouri.
Frontier serial killers: The Harpes The murderers killed at least 40 men, women and children on the frontier until a posse caught up with the killers and took the leader's head on Aug. 24, 1799. Known as the brothers Micajah and Wiley Harpe, the two started out life as first cousins William and Joshua Harpe both natives of Scotland who emigrated as young children with their parents, two brothers, who settled in Orange Co., North Carolina.
"Wild Bill" Hickok James Butler Hickok was born in Troy Grove, Illinois, on May 27, 1837, and was shot dead in a saloon in Deadwood, Dakota Territory, on August 2, 1876.
Flyod Hamilton and Ted Walters Texas badmen wanted for breaking jail and for numerous holdups and robberies
Bob Herring Herring was born in 1870 in Eastland County, Texas. Almost from the beginning, Herring was an outlaw and felt destined to continue his ill–conceived lifestyle.
James D. Houck Biography and links to the outlaw.
Snapper Hortman Harry Hortman was a 25-year old hack driver in Cherokee, Iowa. On November 30, 1901, he shot and killed his sweetheart as she tried to flee from his jealous rage.
John Wesley Hardin Biography of the forty something killer
Jack Harris Jack Harris came to San Francisco from Boston as a sailor in 1851. He deserted the ship at first opportunity.