The 9 Most Infamous Outlaws To Ever Come Out Of Dallas – Fort Worth

The Dallas – Fort Worth area has had its share of outlaws. As key cattle drive stops, and later with railroads having a strong presence throughout the area, the Metroplex became a magnet for the weary seeking some entertainment and rest from the frontier. Fort Worth’s infamous “Hell’s Half Acre” had countless murders, gunfights, and drunken brawls, and Big D was later home to an infamous couple forever memorialized by Hollywood. Here are a nine outlaws who made the area home (at least for a while):

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The Metroplex has certainly had a lively past and this list is by no means exhaustive. Are there other local legends or outlaws that should be added to this list? Which of these outlaws are you most familiar with, and did you know their ties into the Dallas – Fort Worth area?