I have to admit I have not read the article or if I had it is so long ago I had forgotten the details. I will follow your suggestion and look it up as there is always more to examine on this everlasting subject. That is why it is so interesting.
However, as I am also very opinionated, I cannot resist mentioning that theories of 'high probability' seem to be the basis on anything to do with the Earps. But believe it or not, I can eat crow on occasion.
Besides Wyatt's testimony, McMaster testified that he had a conversation with Ike in Charleston the night of the shooting in which he (Ike) said he'd "have to go back and do the job over". Also, Parso... more
Well, from my side of the coin, one can only imagine Ike's disappointment over the failed success of the attempt to finish off an Earp after his brother's killing. Not unusual to make such ... more
Joyce, We could go back and forth on this for days and never agree. I honestly believe that the McLaurys were ranchers, but I believe the Clantons, at least the "Old Man" and Ike, were as my mother wo... more
Hi there, Eddie
Thank you for the kind invitation. I would love to attend TTR next time but I have been afraid I'd be shot at some point so have stayed home and tried to keep my mouth shut. You hav... more
Have you read Roy Young's WWHA Journal article Who Killed Morgan Earp? or seen the WWHA YouTube video on the same topic? It is more than just" Wyatt's Thoughts". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiW... more
Pam/ I admit I have not.... — Joyce A. Aros,Tue Jan 11 5:39
I did watch the video and enjoyed it very much. It was a very pleasant presentation, very reasonable.
However, it really doesn't answer the question as to who tried to assassinate Virgil, wh... more