In 1892, Doolin formed his own gang, the Wild Bunch. On November 1, 1892, the gang robbed a bank in Spearville, Kansas. After the robbery, the gang fled with gang member Oliver Yantis to Oklahoma territory, where they hid out at the house of Yantis' sister. Less than one month later, the gang was tracked to that location, and in a shootout Yantis was killed while the rest of the gang escaped. Deputy Marshal Hueston, Deputy Marshal Richard Speed and Deputy Marshal Lafayette Shadley were shot and killed during a gunfight with a group of seven outlaws in Ingalls, Oklahoma Territory.
James Masterson: The Dodge City Shootout
James Masterson worked on the western frontier as a buffalo hunter with his brothers.He became Assistant Marshal in Dodge City, Kansas in June 1878. In this story James Masterson reflects back to April 9, 1878, when Ed Masterson James Masterson's brother was shot and killed attempting to disarm a drunken cowboy, Jack Wagner. James later moved to Guthrie, Oklahoma, and became a Deputy Sheriff of Logan County, Oklahoma. On September 1, 1893, where part three of the story takes pace as he was involved in the Battle of Ingalls as a Special Deputy US Marshal, a gunfight in Ingalls, Oklahoma against the Doolin-Dalton gang, and was responsible for the capture of gang member "Arkansas Tom" Jones.