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London and Kent filming locations. In an account that changed his life, Hickok was reportedly involved in a shootout with saloon owner Phil Coe.
In the melee, Hickok caught a glimpse of someone moving towards him and responded with two shots killing his deputy Mike Williams. The event haunted Hickok for the rest of his life. Hickok never fought in another gun battle.
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In , Wild Bill Hickok was suffering from glaucoma. Relegated to making a living through other means than law enforcement, he traveled from one town to another as a gambler. Several times he was arrested for vagrancy. He left his wife a few months later to seek his fortune in the goldfields of South Dakota. On the afternoon of August 2, , he was playing cards with his back to the door, something he seldom did.
A young drifter named Jack McCall walked in and approached Hickok from behind. Not wasting a second, he quietly drew his revolver and shot Hickok in the back of the head, instantly killing him. Even in death Hickok's legend grew.
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The cards he was holding at the time -- a pair of black aces and a pair of black eights -- became known as "the dead man's hand. McCall was brought to trial the next day. After his release, McCall had lingered in Deadwood for a short while before heading to Wyoming.
cz.ojokiselazod.tk Less than a month after Hickok's death, the trial was found to have no legal status because Deadwood was located in Indian Territory - McCall's acquittal was deemed invalid. Still, feeling he had escaped punishment, McCall began to brag to anyone that would listen that he had killed Wild Bill Hickok.