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The FBI said he was a desperate, murderous gangster. But by the time they found him, he was a broken-down old man living in a trailer park and working construction. Crime, it seems, really doesn't pay -- at any rate, it sure didn't for him. The story: http://offbeatoregon.com/1505e.holden-fbi-most-wanted-caught-341.html

The FBI said he was a desperate, murderous gangster. But by the time they found him, he was a broken-down old man living in a trailer park and working construction. Crime, it seems, really doesn't pay -- at any rate, it sure didn't for him. The story: http://offbeatoregon.com/1505e.holden-fbi-most-wanted-caught-341.html

Carl Williams, UMWA District 19 organizer (Harlan County, Kentucky) (1934) by Penn State Special Collections Library via Flickr

Carl Williams, UMWA District 19 organizer (Harlan County, Kentucky) (1934) by Penn State Special Collections Library via Flickr

Klimt (and other art inspired halloween costumes - magritte, duchamp, lichtenstein, banksy, etc.)

Famous Works of Art Halloween Costumes

Klimt (and other art inspired halloween costumes - magritte, duchamp, lichtenstein, banksy, etc.)

Katy Perry Pops In Lichtenstein-Inspired Parachuting Ensemble | MTV Style

Katy Perry Pops In Lichtenstein-Inspired Parachuting Ensemble

1000+ images about db cooper on Pinterest | The coopers ...

1000+ images about db cooper on Pinterest | The coopers ...

"Hands up!"   The first cowboy to utter these immortal lines was Old Bill Miner. From 1861 - 1911 Cowboy Bill robbed trains and stagecoaches in the American and Canadian West.   In 1906 the old cowboy was sentenced to life. He told the Canadian judge, "No jail can hold me, sir." Over the next 4 years, Cowboy Bill, escaped 5 times.

"Hands up!" The first cowboy to utter these immortal lines was Old Bill Miner. From 1861 - 1911 Cowboy Bill robbed trains and stagecoaches in the American and Canadian West. In 1906 the old cowboy was sentenced to life. He told the Canadian judge, "No jail can hold me, sir." Over the next 4 years, Cowboy Bill, escaped 5 times.

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