Welcome to the Rocky Mountains, home of bandits and bounty hunters; trappers and tommyknockers; scouts, searchers and Skinwalkers. Within these peaks remain the stories of fabled golden cities, long-lost Confederate treasure, a dancehall girl who braved an epidemic, and shape-shifting spirits that haunt the desert, just to name a few. This site is devoted to these stories.
*NEWLY POSTED: The Sand Creek Massacre
**NEWLY UPDATED: “The Man and the Snake”
Rocky Mountain Legends is a meeting place for the nostalgic, the adventurous, and anyone who has ever known the seduction of the West. Here you’ll find legends from the frontier – some of them old, others more recent and in-the-making – book and movie reviews, and original, land-inspired essays. You can also read excerpts from the forthcoming novel, The Vendetta of Felipe Espinosa.
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