Arrow to the Heart is the fascinating story of how Christopher Kortlander, the owner of the private town of Garryowen, Montana, fought off the federal government and exposed a vast conspiracy of corruption and espionage.
In the spring of 2005 a federally orchestrated raid took place at the small Montana town of Garryowen. Christopher Kortlander, the private owner of Garryowen and the focus of the raid, was suspected of selling valuable historical artifacts with false provenance.
Kortlander vigorously fought this criminal allegation and eventually revealed a vast conspiracy of government corruption and espionage. He also exposed stunning connections between his raid, the Gibson Guitar raid, and a raid in rural Utah that led to the deaths of multiple people.
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How the Truewest is stranger than the fiction. oe Medicine Crow honours Custer.
The peace chant which One Bull may have sung at Little Bighorn when he rode forth to parley with Maj. M.A. Reno who cruelly opened fire on innocent women, children and babies in Sitting Bulls camp.
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Today, the U.S. Cavalry School and the Real Bird family host battle reenactments each June. ""Mysteries at the Museum"" host Don Wildman used the 2017 reenactment as research and traveled to the Real Bird family's private property near Crow Agency, which includes land where the tribes camped and later fought.
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