I am currently reading The Life and Death of Pretty Boy Floyd by Jeffery S. King. I am very interested in this piece so far. I am only in the third chapter but the opening selection goes into great detail of Floyd's funeral. I didn't realize how much the general public responded to his services. His funeral "was a circus with the mob eating peanuts, drinking corn liquor, spreading picnic lunches, carrying pistols, upsetting gravestones, trampling graves, and ripping down fences as they tried to hear the sermon and catch a glimpse of the notorious outlaw." Not sure how the book will continue, but hooked at this point.