Category Archives: Felipe Espinosa

The Bloody Espinosas

Part I: The Stage The following is a little known story. These events that took place between the years 1863 and 1864 in a young Colorado territory, though devastating, have with the passing of two centuries been largely forgotten. There‚Äôs … Continue reading

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“The Man and the Snake”

The camp consisted of a dozen teepees connected by footpaths of frozen mud set on a sunken meadow within the forested hills outside Guadalupita, New Mexico. It was night and a large fire illuminated the center of the camp. Two … Continue reading

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“Prologue”

Outside he was killing the birds, those little blue jays that had only just hatched. She could hear it through the wall, their high and tiny little shrieks. The nest hid within the overhang of the roof and she had … Continue reading

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“Prologue” “The Man and the Snake”

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