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He robbed his first bank in 1889 in Telluride, Colorado, and fell in with cattle rustlers who hid out at The Hole in the Wall, a refuge in northern Wyoming's Johnson County. But some descriptions fit details of Cassidy's life too neatly to have come from anyone else, Mr Ashworth claims.They include a judge's meeting with Cassidy in prison in February 1895.Arrow actress Katie Cassidy is engaged to Matthew Rodgers.The 30-year-old star took to Instagram on Monday morning to announce the happy news as she shared an adorable photo of them kissing.The 200-page book, Bandit Invincible: The Story of Butch Cassidy, dates to 1934, is twice as long as a previously known but unpublished novella of the same title by William T. Utah book collector Brent Ashworth and Montana author Larry Pointer say the text contains the best evidence yet – with details only Cassidy could have known – that "Bandit Invincible" was not biography but autobiography, and that Phillips himself was the legendary outlaw.
Cassidy was born Robert Le Roy Parker in 1866 in Beaver, Utah, the oldest of 13 children in a Mormon family.
The letter relates how Cassidy seemed to harbour "ill-will" and didn't accept the "friendly advances" of another judge, Jay Torrey, who had visited Cassidy in prison.
Cassidy had sued Torrey's ranch two years earlier for taking eight of his cattle, Pointer said.
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DNA testing revealed the bones weren't the outlaws, but Buck, a writer who lives in Washington, D.