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In one episode, Stagecoach 7, the character of Hannibal Heyes is holding a pocket watch in a few scenes. This is the story of how his three sons, Harry, Billy and Loren uncovered the mystery of how he come by that pocket watch, some 60 years later.
In his Will, Heyes left his pocket watch to the Kid. This story takes place in 1937, some 20 years after his death. The Kid has died a few weeks previously and the pocket watch returned to Heyes’ eldest son, Harry.

The Pocket Watch Mystery

“Remember pappy’s watch?” Harry asked, suddenly.
Billy blinked at the complete...
by MoulinP - Comments: 2 - Views: 1224

A Fair Day’s Work


Heyes was behind the counter in The Hardware Store reading the newspaper. Lom had found jobs for both of them after the amnesty – the Kid in the livery and Heyes here in The Hardware Store. He had settled into this job real well and he was enjoying it. He had never thought he would. Holding a regular job, doing the same thing day after day had never appealed. Here he was...
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My take on how the boys decided on their first names

What Happens Now


Heyes and Curry sat in a saloon in a nameless town, fifty miles from Porterville. The day before Lom Travers, their friend and sheriff in Porterville, had told them the Governor of Wyoming had given them a provisional amnesty. If they could stay out of trouble. After a year or so...
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Third of third

After dinner Musings


“Heyes, you sure you can’t play poker?” the Kid asked, wearily as Heyes scooped all the cards yet again. They had been playing snap.

“I’m sure, Kid,” Heyes nodded. “That’s … that’s a slippery slope I don’t wanna go down.” He patted the...
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Second of the three



The alarm clock sounded. Heyes put out a hand, groped for it but missed. Instead, it crashed to the floor; seemingly ringing louder than ever if that was possible. Heyes grunted, leant over the side of his bunk and scrabbled for it. He only succeeded in knocking it further away and nearer to the Kid’s bunk.
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Following on from Amnesty: The Final Play, the boys are settling into their new lives in Porterville. They have every intention of moving on when Lom considers it safe but for now they are just taking it one day at a time.

There are three stories about this. This is the first - the other two I'll post separately. Then I won't post anymore for a while - have to go back to work next week!

by MoulinP - Comments: 0 - Views: 791

Here is my take on what might have happened immediately after the boys got their amnesty. Most of my later stories stem from here so this is setting the scene.

                                                               Amnesty: The Final Play

Heyes and Curry looked up at the sound of hooves approaching.

“Are you fellas called Smith and Jones?” the rider asked.

Heyes was the nearer of the two. “Yeah, what can we do for you?”

“Got a telegram.”

The rider held it out. Heyes moved to take...
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