|Reviews for The Failed Assassination of Jesse James|
| simpson-yaoi chapter 1 . 2/27
i love this story
| A Vulcan's Kiss chapter 1 . 3/9/2013
OOOH, loved this!
| sam fraser chapter 1 . 4/18/2011
I Think you should have did this dirriffent.
rumours of Jesse James's survival proliferated almost as soon as the newspapers announced his death. Some said that Robert Ford killed someone other than James, in an elaborate plot to allow him to escape justice. These tales have received little credence, then or later. None of James's biographers has accepted them as plausible. The body buried in Kearney, Missouri, as Jesse James's was exhumed in 1995 and subjected to mitochondrial DNA typing. The report, prepared by Anne C. Stone, Ph.D., James E. Starrs, L.L.M., and Mark Stoneking, Ph.D., stated the mtDNA recovered from the remains was consistent with the mtDNA of one of James's relatives in the female line.
This theme resurfaced in a 2009 documentary, Jesse James' Hidden Treasure, which aired on the History Channel. The documentary was dismissed as pseudo-history and pseudo-science by historian Nancy Samuelson in a review she wrote for Winter, 2009-2010 edition of The James-Younger Gang Journal.
One prominent claimant was J. Frank Dalton, who died August 15, 1951, in Granbury, Texas. Dalton was allegedly 101 years old at the time of his first public appearance, in May 1948. His story did not hold up to questioning from James' surviving relatives.
| angelfishlex chapter 1 . 5/26/2010
Well, that story was a thousand times better than mine. Excellent job, my friend :)
Can I ask you, what did you like about the 'Jesse James' film?