Bill Anderson & Jamey Johnson - "The Guitar Song" | Live at the Grand Ole Opry | Opry - YouTube

Bill Anderson & Jamey Johnson - "The Guitar Song" | Live at the Grand Ole Opry | Opry - YouTube

William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson (1839 – 1864) was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas. In this badly preserved photo, Anderson lies dead after shooting it out with a Union Army detachment lead by Lt Col Samuel P. Cox near Richmond, Missouri. Historian James Reid posits that Anderson suffered from sadistic personality disorder.

William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson (1839 – 1864) was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas. In this badly preserved photo, Anderson lies dead after shooting it out with a Union Army detachment lead by Lt Col Samuel P. Cox near Richmond, Missouri. Historian James Reid posits that Anderson suffered from sadistic personality disorder.

Whispering Bill Anderson. Saw at Mill Town, Bremen, GA 9/22/16 with T.G. Sheppard, Jeanie Seeley & Johnny Counterfit, an impressionist.

Whispering Bill Anderson. Saw at Mill Town, Bremen, GA 9/22/16 with T.G. Sheppard, Jeanie Seeley & Johnny Counterfit, an impressionist.

William T. Anderson (1839 – October 26, 1864), better known as Bloody Bill, was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas.

William T. Anderson (1839 – October 26, 1864), better known as Bloody Bill, was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas.

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