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Murderous Madam
In the first half of the 20th century, Gabriell Dollie Wiley left a long line of bodies in her wake. [06-05-00]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Cuckoo For Kokopelli
What's behind the flute player's notoriety? [10-18-99]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Crystal Clearinghouse
Spiritualism doesn't come cheap in Sedona, Arizona. [06-28-99]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Public Enemy No. 1
It was big news in 1934: John Dilligner, slick and violent bank robber extradonaire, was brought down by the hick town Tucson police. [01-25-99]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Starlet's Passion
In the 1950s, starlet and folksinger Katie Lee had a promising showbiz career ahead of her. Then she fell in love with poor, doomed Glen Canyon... [01-19-99]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Dubious Achievements '98
It's 1999. Do you know where your sanity is? [01-04-99]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

In The Black
Cowboy poet Baxter Black is a kind of dirt-road Martha Stewart. [08-03-98]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Anasazi's Amazing Feet
Native Americans from 1,400 years ago wore a sandal with a sole so well-designed they're the technological equivalent of modern-day Nikes and Adidas. [06-29-98]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Riding Shotgun
John Plesant Grey probably never saw the gunplay he describes in his memoir, "When All Roads Led To Tombstone," but he's no worse than others who've written long-after-the-fact Tombstone books. [06-01-98]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Press for Success
The headquarters of High-Lonesome Books looks nothing like the concrete and glass palaces of New York publishing. [01-12-98]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Petrified With Fear!
If you steal petrified wood from northern Arizona, be prepared to pay the otherworldly consequences! [12-15-97]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Sports Culture
If you think modern Americans are major sports nuts, check out the ancient Hohokam. [11-17-97]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

On The Playa
In that vast blank space near Willcox, the bizarre is commonplace. [08-11-97]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Look Who's Talking
Scientist Con Slobodchikoff says the prairie dog is one mouthy little bugger. [07-21-97]
— Leo Banks, TUCSON WEEKLY

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