Shenandoah is arrested for murdering James Burgess when he is found bent over the body. In truth, he was riding up when he heard the gunshots and rushed in to see what was wrong. He had been coming ...
There are several other reviews that are good, and there is really little more to say, except: Robert Horton wrote the lyrics and sang the excellent and somewhat haunting theme song; and, the writing of the episodes was uncommonly good, often leaving moral questions open, and presenting realistic circumstances. The premise itself -- an amnesiac wandering in search of his lost identity -- is inherently weak and could not by itself sustain the series, but Horton's acting and the strength of the writing carry it. The theme song is a classic all by itself. An ill-fated show, but one that was well-done and is still well worth watching.
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