The Uzbek, Okajutin, was trampled to death by horses in 1535 A.D. Characteristic for him was a ritual tattoo on his right arm.
In 1889 A.D. Okajutin lived as Frank Okie in Montana and was a famous gunslinger. On one evening, Okie had lost a poker game and got drunk. At night the young hothead Richard Mosby came into Okies room. Okie tried to use his gun, but was to drunk. Mosby shot him. After that it was easy for Mosby to behead Okajutin.
His end was registered by the observers. The last glass Okie had drunk from is in the collection of the observers.