I've been Boyerzied! This is what happens when, having read too much, you arrive at a certain age and things begin to blur until you no longer can tell Glenn Boyer from Clete Boyer from Chef Boyardee. Embarrassing.
Fine then. I take it all back. I'm becoming increasingly convinced now that Doc and Morgan despised one another. If there are those on this board who believe that Doc not only was capable of but actually participated in the stage robbery, then why not believe that he likewise was behind the assassination of Morgan? The only question remaining at this point is, did he pull the trigger himself or conspire with others to do the deed?
I need go consult with Q on this.
All I can say for certain is that the evidence--I won't call it irrefutable, not yet, but it's looking increasingly likely--for Doc's complicity in that backshooting murder did not come from Boyer, Traywick or Hickey. I could be wrong about that, goes without saying in light of my prior eff-up, but who can fault a guy for just wanting to add a little more zest to the scenario?
pushed the Morgan and Doc as best pals theme. From there Michael Hickey and Ben Traywick may have run with it. I suspect Boyer thought it might have added a little more zest to the vendetta ride. I don't... more
Hey Dan, I remember years ago visiting Boyer’s (so called) ranch in New Mexico. I questioned Glenn multiple times about the “Clum Manuscript” and asked multiple times if I could check it out. As... more
I heard Boyer used to charge $2.00 to see the bed he claimed Earp passed away in. Over-charges aside, I have wondered to what degree, if any, Boyer believed his own lies? He invested most of his adult... more
Boyer used to host an annual get-together at his (so called) ranch. I remember one lady who was a North Texas University Professor, each year would claim “dibs” as the Boyerite who was allowed to sleep... more
in the hearts of boyerites? His followers were almost cult-like in their defense of him. That's a state only charismatic sociopaths can inspire. As a psychologist you might want to interview her. Get her... more
knowing that Icon hated you. He hated this site. He hated being exposed. On the bright side, BJ's Tombstone History Forum probably hastened his final ride...still, his heirs did get a large sum of money... more
This history forum was simply a conduit for the real history heavyweights, all of whom exposed Boyer. The above includes Jack Burrows, Casey Tefertiller, Jeff Morey, Gary Roberts and several others.... more
"It was the best of times, it was the west of times". The Boyer wars, as they played out on this forum were informative, mentally stimulating and cringe worthy. Maybe it was all necessary to expose fraud... more
I certainly posted some cringeworthy stuff, a lot of it actually, back in the day that I wish I hadn't. (Can I plead youth?) But you are correct, it was stimulating, despite the "venom." Unlike yourself,... more
The pomo camp thing. I was mentored as an undergrad by Dr. Ihab Hassan. You can Google him, but to save you the trouble, I'll just remark that he was one of the earliest American (he was himself Egyptian)... more
a bad thing, or a wash? Well, if He or She or It is clearly on my side, I might only wish that that entity or energy or force or First Cause or whatever, was a little less clear about it. Half the... more
I reckon, though I feel at this point that I had little say in the matter. I didn't choose it, it chose me. Anyway, being old myself, I suppose you could say, Sharon, that I'm keeping myself on my toes... more