The White Devil of Rattlesnake Range

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Legend has it that a ghostly white stallion, the White Devil, once protected the herds of wild mustangs against cowboys who attempted to rope them. The spectral horse would attack, biting and kicking at cowboys who tried to round up the wild horses. It is said that the stallion can still be seen riding on the prairies.

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42.7825, -107.264167
United States

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42.7824602, -107.2647849
Natrona County, Wyoming
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