James Butler Hickok - lawman, scout, frontiersman, gunslinger and professional gambler. His contemporaries called him "Wild Bill" and Elizabeth Bacon Custer called him "physical perfection". Who was the man who became a legend in his own time? Hero or hooligan, lawman or outlaw, man or myth? Follow in the steps of the man who lived the legend, from his humble beginnings in Homer, Kansas, to the gold rush fields of Deadwood, South Dakota, and the fateful day in 1876 when he drew the infamous "dead man's hand".