Butch & Sundance Sightseeing in Utah and Neighboring States Now it is easy, with this guidebook in hand, to locate nplaces with fascinating historical connection to the life of Utah's most notorious native son, the elusive cowboy outlaw, Butch Cassidy (born in the same small town where, many years later, the inventor of television, Milo T. Farnsworth was also born.) Presented are dozens of sites in Butch's home state of Utah and across Colordado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada. Each listing includes GPS coordinates, driving directions, detailed descriptions of the place, and facts about its historical significance in the life of Butch and/or Sundance. Included are fascinating pycho-social insights about how Butch's upbringing as the first son of Mormon Pioneers may have shaped his exceptional success and humane behavior as an international outlaw. The guidebook's Appendix also provides readers with a long list of recommended Butch and Sundance sites found in Bolivia.