Final Resting Place of Billy the Kid.

Old Fort Sumner and “Billy the Kid’s” Grave Historical Marker

Billy the Kid Museum, Fort Sumner, New Mexico

Billy the Kid Museum, Fort Sumner, New Mexico. This isn't the real grave or marker. The real one is at the nearby Fort Sumner museum.

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Billy The Kid Museum in Fort Sumner, NM offers a unique look at the life and times of Billy the Kid.

Billy The Kid Museum in Fort Sumner, NM offers a unique look at the life and times of Billy the Kid.

Billy the Kid's two graves are the only tourist attraction in Ft. Sumner, New Mexico -- this is the real one.

Real Billy the Kid grave. Fort Sumner, NM Beware of the fake gravesite located nearby.

Josiah Gordon “Doc” Scurlock - Going to stop here when we go to the Billy the Kid museum in Hico and the nearby grave of the *other* Billy the Kid. Who may have actually been his half brother.

Josiah Gordon "Doc" Scurlock (January 1849 – July was an American Old West figure, cowboy and gunfighter. A founding member of the Regulators during the Lincoln County War in New Mexico, Scurlock rode alongside such men as Billy the Kid.

William "Billy The Kid" Bonney (1859 - 1881) - Find A Grave Photos

About Billy the Kid (aka William H. Bonney) - Famous Old West outlaw

The Billy the Kid tombstone in Fort Sumner, New Mexico prior to it being vandalised earlier this month http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2166543/Thieves-vandalise-Billy-Kids-grave-tipping-2-000-pound-tombstone-night-time-museum-raid.html#

Thieves vandalise Billy the Kid's grave, tipping over 2,000-pound tombstone, in night time museum raid

The Billy the Kid tombstone in Fort Sumner, New Mexico prior to it being…

Billy the Kid died an old man in 1950 - History or just legend?  According to the story told in Hico, Billy the Kid didn't die when he was shot in 1881.  Instead he escaped to Texas where he lived out his last days in Hico under the name Ollie Roberts (known locally as Brushy Bill).    Fact or Fiction?  Who knows!

Billy the Kid Statue, Hico, Texas - according to the story told in Hico, Billy the Kid didn't die when he was shot in Instead he escaped to Texas where he lived out his last days in Hico under the name Ollie "Brushy Bill" Roberts.

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