The only known picture of Billy the Kid. It has been cleaned up and we get to see his face clearly for the first time...all reports I have ever read said he was good looking...I don't see it...

Billy the Kid’s face restored, “There is only one known photograph of Billy the Kid – a tintype from about 1880 but it is badly damaged and that makes it difficult to see his face clearly. I have digitally removed the damage from the photograph an

All told, Billy the Kid is said to have killed a total of 21 men, one for each of the years of his life, though this number is often regarded as inaccurate and exaggerated.

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William H. Bonney (Billy the Kid) was a American gunman who participated in the Lincoln County War and became a frontier outlaw.

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William H. November July better known as Billy the Kid and also known as Henry Antrim, was a American gunman who participated in the Lincoln County War and became a frontier outlaw in the American Old West.

The man who paid $2 for a photo of Billy the Kid that may be worth millions

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The only known photograph in existence of Billy the Kid is the one above. (The tin-type recently sold for more than $2 million; any other purported photo of the Kid is a look-a-like fake). It is in fact a reverse image - the Kid was holding his rifle with his left hand when photographed.

This is the actual and only authenticated photograph of Billy the Kid (William Bonney). It's unfortunate that the photographer reversed the negative when he printed it thus showing the Kid as being left handed when he was actually right handed.

Legend holds that outlaw Billy the Kid was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1881 and buried in Fort Sumner, N.M. A headstone marks his grave, but a controversy has roiled since the 1930s, three people have claimed to be Billy the Kid.  An investigation aims to resolve the case by exhuming the body of Billy the Kid's mother and comparing her mitochondrial DNA to genetic material from the three men.  http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47653021/ns/technology_and_science-science/#

How did it come that the guy who wrote the novel "Ben-Hur" came to meet Billy the Kid? Maybe it has to do with the fact that a lot of what you think you know about this Old West outlaw is based on "liberal media" reporting at the time.

Billy the Kid in colour

Colorized version of the only authenticated and "corrected" original image of Billy the Kid showing him as being right-handed. Which in fact, he really was.

New photo believed to be clean-cut Billy the Kid is real deal, forensic expert says. The photo, belonging to New Mexico collector Ray John de Aragon, is in fact the legendary gunslinger, says acclaimed forensic expert Lois Gibson. This is The only authenticated photo of Billy (right), along with the new possible pic of him.

New photo believed to be clean-cut Billy the Kid is real deal, forensic expert says

After Guijarro identified Billy the Kid in the photo, he took it to Jeff Aiello, who is currently working on a Billy the Kid documentary. Aiello was flabbergasted by the find and confirmed that it is in fact the legend himself in the photos. In Western photography, a Billy the Kid photo is considered to be the best of the best, according to Aiello. Believe it or not, the photo that Guijarro has in his possession, may be valued upwards of $5 million

After Guijarro identified Billy the Kid in the photo, he took it to Jeff Aiello, who is currently working on a Billy the Kid documentary. Aiello was flabbergasted by the find and confirmed that it is in fact the legend himself in the photos. In Western photography, a Billy the Kid photo is considered to be the best of the best, according to Aiello. Believe it or not, the photo that Guijarro has in his possession, may be valued upwards of $5 million

It was at the saloon that Pat Garrett met and often gambled with William Bonney, better known as Billy the Kid. The two were seen together so often they soon took on the nicknames of "Big Casino” and "Little Casino.” On November 7, 1880, Garrett was appointed as the Lincoln County Sheriff. Friends or not, his first vow was to bring the current reign of lawlessness to an end with the primary goal of apprehending Billy the Kid.

Sheriff Pat Garrett is the hero of the hour," most people in the area saw him as a villain for having killed a favorite son. Although he had put his life on the line for his community, he lost the next election for sheriff of Lincoln County.

Billy the Kid found in junk shop photo bought for $1 now worth $5m ...

The junk shop photo that is now a $5m picture of Billy the Kid

How civilized! A photo purchased in a Fresno, California junk shop for about 67 cents has been authenticated as a picture of Billy the Kid (left) with his Regulators gang

The outlaw, Billy the Kid, whose real name was William Henry McCarty Jr., was playing croquet with his gang of Lincoln County Regulators in late summer 1878 when this 4-by-5-inch tintype image was captured.

Billy the Kid (left) and members of his gang playing croquet near a small cabin 1878 Photo: Kagin's Inc

Billy the Kid was born William Henry McCarty Jr. on November 23, 1859 in New York City. Little is known of his youth, but early on he entered a life of thievery, eventually heading west and joining a violent gang. Billy was captured and sentenced to death for the murder of a sheriff, but escaped after killing guards. The legend of Billy the Kid was created by his killer, Sheriff Garrett.

Billy the Kid is best known for his time as a thief and gunfighter, constantly on the run from law enforcement.

My favorite bedtime story was 3 billy goats gruff.

"Three Billy Goats Gruff" Art by Jim Madsen - From The Brother's Grimm Fairy Tale Collection - A Classic Fairy Tale From Norway.

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