JESSE JAMES AND BILLY THE KID
THE TRUE ABOUT THE OUTLAWS JESSE JAMES AND WILLIAM BONNEY.
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.
Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: The following topic is related to Jesse James, I mean to his death that has arisen too much polemic. I believe that you told me in the last session that there was something interesting here. I read the summary for the record:
Jesse James was an American outlaw very famous who died on April 3 1882 when he was 34 years old: Officially we know that he died murdered by his partner Robert Ford. However some people doubt that Jesse James died, but rather he feigned his own death to be able to escape from his pursuers, they also say that the picture where Jesse James appear dead doesn't belong to him. Apparently, a judge from Missouri gave order to exhume his remains from the tomb. On July 18, 1995, they remove identifiable remains in order to make a DNA test, but the results were positive that is to say, it was the tomb of Jesse James. However the polemic has continued.
Interlocutor: Concretely, this picture that I show you is official as to his death, Is it authentic?
Ruanel: Jesse James was died betrayed, because it was the only way they could kill him and his brother Frank survived him.
Interlocutor: But is there something strange on his death?
Ruanel: No, there is nothing strange, it is not true that he had lived more time, and it is true he was buried.
Interlocutor: The official history about his death is real then? I mean he was murdered by his partner Robert Ford in 1882
Ruanel: Correct, and the picture that you show me is truly a picture of him dead.
Interlocutor: How about the rest, Is it pure invention?
Interlocutor: Would it be something interesting on this matter?
Ruanel: No, except for the fact that somehow the myth of Jesse James is related to the bandit William Bonney who feigned his own death at the hands of Pat Garret and he lived almost until his 60 years old.
Interlocutor: Are you talking about “Billy The Kid”?
Interlocutor: Would it be worth to make another session about this character?
Ruanel: No, it is not necessary.
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