I've been reviewing, for over 35 years, the historical documents involving Deputy Marshall Custis Parker Long, known as Longarm to his friends, working under Chief Marshall Billy Vail, out the first district court in the Federal building on Colfax Ave. Denver'
Starting as a boy in West "by God" Virginia, leaving home to fight in the late unpleasantness, altho he disremembers which side he fought for, then as a cowhand before ending up at the boarding house on the other side of Cherry Creek and federal service.
This last and final transcript, #436, just does not ring true. This subject is either an imposter or it was written by that lady reporter Elizabeth Cochran, maybe even the stretcher of truth Ned Buntline. Longarm does not treat his prisoner the same, the ladies the same, or life in general the same as the Legend who tamed the Wild West by his lonesome. This entry was a poorly written let down to the Man that was Deputy Long
(lifting a glass of Maryland Rye) To Longarm, the trails you traveled, the crimes you solved, and the ladies you loved
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