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"Ain't no such thing as devils, only men and the good and evil they do in the world."
― Wyatt Earp to Doc Holliday

Wyatt Earp was a famous gunslinger in the 1880s in the Western parts of North America. His escapades amongst numerous states left him a legacy that is known by many. Part of his legacy is the Earp curse which plagued his family line for generations. He had a famous gun, a Colt Buntline Special, that he christened Peacemaker.

History

Wyatt Earp was born in the Western parts of North America and was a lawman later in life. He befriended another gunslinger, perhaps the best that ever walked, Doc Holliday. The men were best friends and they traveled across the lands together in search of outlaws. His family became cursed after he killed Bulshar and Constance Clootie's sons. Part of the curse is that after his death, the 77 people he killed, resurrected as revenants and the only way to send them back to hell is by shooting them between the eyes with Peacemaker. To break the curse, his descendants have to kill all 77 revenants before they die, or else they will resurrect again.

Appearances

Season One appearances: 1/13
Purgatory:
Absent
Keep the Home Fires Burning:
Absent
Leavin' on Your Mind:
Absent
The Blade:
Appears
Diggin' Up Bones:
Absent
Constant Cravings:
Absent
Walking After Midnight:
Absent
Two-Faced Jack:
Absent
Bury Me With My Guns On:
Absent
She Wouldn't Be Gone:
Absent
Landslide:
Absent
House of Memories:
Absent
I Walk the Line:
Absent
Season Four appearances: 1/12
On the Road Again:
Absent
Friends in Low Places:
Absent
Look at Them Beans:
Absent
Afraid:
Absent
Holy War Part One:
Appears on a screen only
Holy War Part Two:
Absent
4x07:
Not Aired
4x08:
Not Aired
4x09:
Not Aired
4x10:
Not Aired
4x11:
Not Aired
4x12:
Not Aired

Trivia

Real Life

Wyatt Earp was a real old west lawman and gambler who was born in 1848 and died in 1929.

  • He was allegedly married four times, a fact that has been disputed over the years.
  • He never had any children though one of his wives, Urilla Sutherland, died while pregnant.
  • Parents' names were Nicholas Porter Earp and Virginia Ann Cooksey.
  • He had several siblings: Newton, Mariah Ann, James, Virgil, Martha, Morgan, Warren, Virginia Ann, and Adelia Douglas Earp.
  • The Earp family is of both English and Scots-Irish descent.

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