William “Wild Bill” Drake leaves the hotel in Shadowhawk, an Old West town he built in his Johnston County backyard. Drake, an actor who spent much of his career in film and television westerns, wants everyone to enjoy a sliver of the frontier life.
William “Wild Bill” Drake leaves the hotel in Shadowhawk, an Old West town he built in his Johnston County backyard. Drake, an actor who spent much of his career in film and television westerns, wants everyone to enjoy a sliver of the frontier life. sbarr@newsobserver.com
William “Wild Bill” Drake leaves the hotel in Shadowhawk, an Old West town he built in his Johnston County backyard. Drake, an actor who spent much of his career in film and television westerns, wants everyone to enjoy a sliver of the frontier life. sbarr@newsobserver.com

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