DNA: Bones held for decades in Northfield not those of Jesse James gang gunslinger

A new DNA study reveals bones held at the Northfield Historical Society for decades are in fact not those of the gang's gunslinger Charlie Pitts. In fact, USA Today reports the bones aren't anyone.
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A new DNA study reveals bones held at the Northfield Historical Society for decades are in fact not those of the gang's gunslinger Charlie Pitts. In fact, USA Today reports the bones aren't anyone.

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