Paul Seydor

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Editor and writer Paul Seydor on his latest book about Sam Peckinpah's last Western, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.

Paul Seydor: The Authentic Death and Contentious Afterlife of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid

Editor and writer Paul Seydor on his latest book about Sam Peckinpah's last Western, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.

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