After years of researching, taking notes and then compiling all of that into a book, it takes a toll and a large piece of myself is in that book. It’s out there for the world to see and to judge. Getting a good review and good endorsements can melt that worry away.via Book endorsements for Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure — Daniel Duke
Originally posted on The Outlaw Jesse James:
Here’s a great old article from Anne Dingus of Texas Monthly magazine. Betty Dorsett Duke has…
An investigation into the lost treasures of Jesse James and the Freemasons and their connections to the Templars, Rosicrucians, and the Founding Fathers…
Of course, it’s not up to us to prove who is in the casket, Betty Dorsett Duke has already proven who it wasn’t. Jesse James was at his funeral but he wasn’t dead. The funeral photo, courtesy of the Phillips Collection, provides more proof that Jesse James lived & died in Texas at the age of 97.
The only part I disagree with is when they say Robert Ford was his assassin. Jesse wasn’t assassinated. […]
Author and Jesse James descendant Betty Dorsett Duke at the 2001 James Younger Gang meeting in San Angelo […]
Looking back over the years with Mom, watching her research and write three books proving that Jesse James […]