Pearl Hart was the “Lady Bandit” who pulled off the last stagecoach heist in the Old West outside Globe, Arizona Territory in 1899. But she also was a poet who liked poking her victims in the eye: “While the birds were sweetly singing, and the men stood in a line/And the silver softly ringing as it touched this palm of mine/There we took away their money, but left them enough to eat/And the men looked so funny as they vaulted to their seats.”
Iva Ikuko Toguri D'Aquino, known as "Tokyo Rose", was an American citizen who participated in English-language propaganda broadcasts by Radio Tokyo to Allied soldiers in the South Pacific during World War II. At the end of the war, she was held for a year, released, and was subsequently charged with high treason and received a 10-year sentence. She was pardoned by President Ford in 1977 and died in 2006 at the age of 90.
John Horton Slaughter (Oct 2, 1841 – Feb 16, 1922) "Texas John Slaughter" was an lawman, Civil War soldier, & gambler. Over the course of his long life, John Slaughter served as an honorable soldier & lawmen throughout much of the Southwest. In the latter half of his life, he lived at the San Bernardino Ranch, which is now a well-preserved historic site in southern Arizona.