(Houston Chronicle) Lois Gibson, forensic artist and analyst for the Houston Police Department, claims Wednesday she'd identified an image of one of America's most notorious outlaws, Jesse James.
Now an undated tintype photo, purportedly of James seated beside his one-time partner and eventual killer Robert Ford, could bring some serious big bucks to the farming family who turned it in.
James is a legendary icon of Western folklore. For more than a decade he led a gang of rough-riding bandits that robbed banks, stagecoaches and trains around Missouri and beyond, until his 1882 death at the hand of Ford, a member of his gang looking to collect a reward.
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