Heck Thomas

January 2001
Great Gunfighters of the Wild West;2001, p30
The article profiles Heck Thomas, a gunfighter during the Wild West Period in the U.S. He was hired by the Fort Worth Detective Association in Texas in 1885. He was involved in several hunting and killing of outlaws, including his encounter with murderers Pink and Jim Lee. Thomas served as police chief of Lawton, Oklahoma early in the 1900s.


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