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ZUNI SIDING

One day Dangerous Dan and a pal of his took an excursion out to the east of Deming. They encountered a sassy group of Apaches out there and got chased by them to Zuni Siding on the railroad. There were a few freight cars parked there and Dangerous Dan and his pal took cover beneath them and behind the wheels. The Apaches decided that the risk of taking their scalps was too high that day and left them alone, but they did steal the horses. It was a long walk back to town from Zuni Siding.
Hysterical Journey to Historic Places

February 2nd 2019
DANGEROUS DAN TUCKER I am damned if I know what to make of Dangerous Dan Tucker. He seems to have appeared in New Mexico from nowhere, served his uses as a lawman, and then disappeared to nowhere. He first appears in New Mexico as the operator of a roadhouse at City of Rocks in Grant County, New Mexico. When he lost his lease on it in 1877 he moved on to Silver City, which was a far live ... read more
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