Dog The Bounty Hunter has always tried to play off that he is some kind of American Indian, but it was recently discovered by Imaginary Investigators and Life Partners Agency and owners Benjamin Switchy and Sheldon Hartunis, that the Dog is really just a Polish guy with a little Ukrainian thrown in for good measure.
Here is a link to a list of Dog The Bounty Hunters most recent ancestors. Dog’s family Tree Website.
“Dogs grandfather, Miraslav Pliwa, came to the USA in 1919 as a teenager and settled with his sister Ludmilla in the small town of Newkirk, Texas, ” Said Switchy from his vacation office in Aruba. ”
“The brother and sister ran errands for the local hangman and bailbond agency which was located near the train station. How they ended up in the middle of Texas when the rest of the family was in New York happened when Ludmilla mistook the train for Jersey City with a train that was going to Houston. Throughout the three-day trip the conductors just assumed that they were somebody’s kids and they never were noticed.”
Later in life, according to sources close to the investigation, Ludmilla started selling Indian hand-rolled cigars and since she wore Indian garb as a gimmick, it was assumed that she was an Indian. By this time she was married to a local Jewish undertaker and had two children. Her brother Miraslav (Dog’s grandaddy) had married a Ukrainian stunt rider named Oliva Baronskova. She was very popular on the rodeo circuit as a billed as “The Krazy Kowgirl from Kiev” — she helped Ludmilla sell the American Indian souvenirs and cigars and the two familes eventually had enough money to move on to California where they all got into the bail bond business.
“Ludmilla, was Dog’s great aunt and she invented the no-gun leather belt,” continued Switchy. “It’s just like the leather belt that Dog wears but it has no gun. It has all kinds of gadgets on it and you would swear that there is a gun, but there is no gun. Ludmilla was the first to think of this because her employees could not carry guns but she wanted to make it look as though they could.
“By the time she was in her fifties, Ludmilla was totally ingrained in American Indian culture and told everyone that she was a Cherokee and Seminole, but she was really just a Polish lady from a small town near the Ukrainian border just prior to the Bolshevik revolution.”
So now you know the real ancestry and why dog dresses like he has American Indian in him. He acquired that from his great Aunt Ludmilla who died in 1980 at the age of 96.