Mexican Centaur Killed in Little River County Arkansas
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    Mexican Centaur Killed in Little River County Arkansas

    The Pioche weekly record. (Pioche, Nev.), 23 July 1891.

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    https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/l...arRange&page=1

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    Looks like that fellla Machette
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    The Superior times. (Superior, Wis.), 31 March 1877.

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    The Opelousas journal. [volume] (Opelousas, La.), 31 March 1877.

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    Burlington weekly free press. (Burlington, Vt.), 06 April 1877.

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    Just a Mexican centaur? Thought it was something unusual.
    Between Mexican centaurs, aliens, and chupalabras I can see why some people are leaping the wall. But wait til they find out what we got running around the woods.
    You may forget but let me tell you this: someone in some future time will think of us-Sappho

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    Closest I can Find

    a sickly looking Guinea Baboon

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    There were two stories that made the papers on this event --- the first about the time it happened in 1877. Then the story shows up again several times in 1891.

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    Glad you found that one Jeff. Let's go huntin!
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    From the back cover: "The Mexican Centaur, Oren Arnold's finest book - and he has written at least eighty - has been half a lifetime in the making. His researches on Pancho Villa began at El Paso, Texas, in 1925, not long after Villa's assissination. Arnold interviewed various of Villa's cavalrymen, various of his women, and many of his children. . . . He regards Villa as a peerless leader of men."
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    You may forget but let me tell you this: someone in some future time will think of us-Sappho

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    Were they from the ZONE of SILENCE in Mexico...?
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