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Old West Murder Mysteries By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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Old West Murder Mysteries contains two exciting thrillers. 1) “French Family Murders” - A young woman’s fiancé, John French, mysteriously disappears with his family. Sara... More > Evans suspects foul play. She sets out to find the real truth of the family’s disappearance. What she uncovers is a shocking crime she will never forget. 2) “Coyote Peak Murders” - As a young boy, William Deal is a witness to a midnight raid in which his parents were killed by a band of ruthless outlaws. He was able to identify one of them. He returns to Eastland County, Texas, to hunt and punish them for the murders twelve years later. At the verge of exposing the murderers, he meets with death. In death he manages to get revenge through strange circumstances.< Less
Old West Ghost Legends By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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The Old West remains a frontier of mystery and intrigue, filled with desert spirits, haunted shacks, lost trails, strange encounters, eerie unexplained happenings, and haunting spirits seeking... More > revenge, justice, or both. Old West Ghost Legends contains a batch of ageless, never ending, and timeless, Old West haunting tales of strange and unexplained apparitions, long-dead lost souls, and wandering spirits. Some were good; many were evil and ugly, straight from the dark side of the terrifying paranormal and ghostly phenomenon. As you read, keep in mind that things we cannot explain still wander the ruins of our past.< Less
Two Ghost Stories By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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This book contains two ghost stories: 1) “The Ghost of Gray Robe,” a story about a guardian angel of the Navajo, who has helped many Indians in their time of need. The eye-witness... More > accounts of his appearances are far too detailed and numerous to shrug off as mere tall tales, and the witnesses feel they truly experienced the paranormal at work. 2) “Face to Face with Big Foot.” There have been many reported incidents of coming face-to-face with a huge ape-like creature in the wild and rugged Cascade Mountains of Washington. James Spencer, one of the witnesses, was trout fishing in the upper Lewis River near Mount St. Helens when he came face-to-face with this creature. Even though scared stiff, he had the feeling he would not be harmed. Big Foot is the subject of many movies and TV shows, and the events related in this story are some of the reason why. So if you like to read about the paranormal and the unknown, here’s some good reading for you.< Less
Old West Legends By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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Old West Legends tells about three legends: 1) The Legends of Stand­ing Rock - Stand­ing Rock, a famous land­mark, is related to buried gold and silver stashed there by travelers,... More > out­laws, and Indians. 2) The Greatest Stagecoach Driver That Ever Lived - “One-eyed Charlie Parkhurst” or "Six-Horse Charlie" was a legendary stage­coach driver. At his death a most fascinating aspect of his life was discovered. 3) J. Simon Lovely, Legendary Detective - Murder cases were usually handled by posses, six-guns, and ropes in the old west. This murder was solved in a different way by J. Simon Lovely, the Nero Wolf of the 1880's.< Less
Outlaw Bill Cook's Buried Gold By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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Cherokee outlaw and gang leader Bill Cook turned rogue at a very young age. He and his younger brother Jim joined with a famous Indian outlaw and cold-blooded killer, Cherokee Bill Goldsby, to form... More > the notorious Bill Cook-Cherokee Bill gang of outlaws. Together they were responsible for numerous killings and train, stage, and bank robberies in the Cherokee and Creek Nations. In the Ardmore train holdup, in addition to the loot taken from the passengers, the outlaws took $62,000 from the express car in greenbacks, gold coins, and silver coins. With a sheriff's posse in close pursuit the gang split up to later meet at the Creek Nation hideout. Bill Cook, carrying the loot, decided to bury it in a patch of manganese boulders near Delaware Creek on the old Kildare ranch southwest of Clarita, Oklahoma, at a place referred to as McMillan pasture. Later the area became the old Dodson and Simmons farms. A number of hunters have supposedly searched the area but a find has never been reported.< Less
Three Ghost Stories By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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This book contains three haunting ghost stories of mystery and intrigue, ghostly apparitions, lost loves, and waiting for help that never came. 1) “The Ghost of Baranof Castle” tells... More > about ghostly sightings and apparitions of a beautiful young ghost. Was it one ghost that people were seeing? Or was it actually three ghosts? 2) “The Ghost of Emma Crawford,” another young ghost, is seen strolling the summit of Red Mountain with her handsome Indian spirit guide. How did this come to be? 3) “The Ghost of Shipman Park” returns again and again to his old cabin site, waiting for help that never came, until it was too late.< Less
Hidden Treasures By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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These stories originally appeared in the Summer, 1974 edition of Treasure Hunt published by author Robert F. (Bob) Turpin. Over the years, because of popular demand and many requests, Turpin has... More > decided to bring some of these stories to you now as e-books, with only minor editing changes. Read about hidden treasures consisting of gold bullion believed to be well over $150,000.00 buried around Eldorado, Oklahoma; and relics, buried money, and supplies believed to be stashed around Inola, Oklahoma. Then there’s The Lacy Mouse pot-of-gold-treasure; Joe Payne’s Silver Streak treasure in Preu, Okla., the Aztek gold-bars Treasure; and a list of some of Oklahoma’s better-known ghost towns, all in this exciting book about Hidden Treasures.< Less
Hidden Treasures By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
eBook (ePub): $1.99
These stories originally appeared in the Summer, 1974 edition of Treasure Hunt published by author Robert F. (Bob) Turpin. Over the years, because of popular demand and many requests, Turpin has... More > decided to bring some of these stories to you now as e-books, with only minor editing changes. Read about hidden treasures consisting of gold bullion believed to be well over $150,000.00 buried around Eldorado, Oklahoma; and relics, buried money, and supplies believed to be stashed around Inola, Oklahoma. Then there’s The Lacy Mouse pot-of-gold-treasure; Joe Payne’s Silver Streak treasure in Preu, Okla., the Aztek gold-bars Treasure; and a list of some of Oklahoma’s better-known ghost towns, all in this exciting book about Hidden Treasures.< Less
Cockeyed Frank Loving and Coal Oil Jimmy By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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This book contains two exciting stories about colorful Old West gunfighters: 1) Cockeyed Frank Loving: Bat Masterson, a western legend himself, put “Cockeyed” Frank Loving on the pages of... More > frontier history in 1907. Masterson wrote several stories for a newspaper about this little known gunfighter. 2) Coal Oil Jimmy: The stagecoach from Elizabeth Town, New Mexico, came to a sudden stop on the main street of Cimarron. As the dust settled, the driver shouted, “Hold-up! Hold-up at Clear Creek!” These words were often heard throughout the towns of the Old West. Stagecoaches were prime targets for outlaw gangs and bandits. James Buckley (alias Coal Oil Jimmy) was one of the best in the business of stagecoach robberies.< Less
Cockeyed Frank Loving and Coal Oil Jimmy By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
eBook (ePub): $1.99
This book contains two exciting stories about colorful Old West gunfighters: 1) Cockeyed Frank Loving: Bat Masterson, a western legend himself, put “Cockeyed” Frank Loving on the pages of... More > frontier history in 1907. Masterson wrote several stories for a newspaper about this little known gunfighter. 2) Coal Oil Jimmy: The stagecoach from Elizabeth Town, New Mexico, came to a sudden stop on the main street of Cimarron. As the dust settled, the driver shouted, “Hold-up! Hold-up at Clear Creek!” These words were often heard throughout the towns of the Old West. Stagecoaches were prime targets for outlaw gangs and bandits. James Buckley (alias Coal Oil Jimmy) was one of the best in the business of stagecoach robberies.< Less