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Belle Starr (1848)

Though her only criminal conviction was for the theft of a horse, Starr associated with numerous criminals throughout her life and was portrayed after her death as a notorious American outlaw, earning the nickname "the Bandit Queen." Two of her husbands were killed in the course of their respective criminal careers, and days before her 41st birthday, Starr herself was ambushed and shot in the back as she returned to her Oklahoma ranch. Her murder was never solved. Who were some of the suspects? More...
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Belle Starr (1848)
Though her only criminal conviction was for the theft of a horse, Starr associated with numerous criminals throughout her life and was portrayed after her death as a notorious American outlaw, earning the nickname "the Bandit Queen." Two of her husbands were killed in the course of their respective criminal careers, and days before her 41st birthday, Starr herself was ambushed and shot in the back as she returned to her Oklahoma ranch. Her murder was never solved.
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Myra Maybelle Shirley Reed Starr - Belle Starr
- She was a farm girl from Carthage, Missouri, the US
- Impacted by the Civil War and as a response to all the outcome that came along with it, she moved to Texas and become an outlaw by practicing a variety of small crimes with a band.
- Afterwhile, she was found working with Jesse James and the Youngers and others Missouri-born criminals.
- Her popularity came to a higher bar when an editor from National Police Gazette called Richard Fox had his eyes caught by Belle's stories and telling tales.
- Belle's adventures and stories became themes for varies dime novels by Fox's agency and many of this still fed the imagination of many during the western times in TV and the big screen.
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