When a new silver strike is made in Monument City, Nevada, Bat returns to the former ghost town to check on his four year old claim and finds two claim jumpers are prepared to shoot first and ask questions later.
A new silver strike at Monument City, Nevada has Bat returning there to see if his four year old claim has any value. He stops at the Claims Office to rekindle a friendship with Vernon Ellwood who runs it. Ellwood tells Bat claim jumpers may have stolen his claim. At the claim site Bat finds new claim markers and two men, Harvey Mason and Clay Adams ready to shoot him in front of everyone. Luckily an old friend Judd Elkins comes by to stop them. He is on his way to file a new claim that is next to the new silver strike. He owns the hotel run by his niece Ann Elkins who was a little girl the last time Bat saw her. While she joins Bat to check his claim, Mason and Adams come into the hotel to apologize to Judd who leaves with them for a drink. Upon returning to Monument City Bat and Ann see a big fire in town. It is the Claims Office on fire. Bat is able to remove Judd's body from the office but none of the claims are saved. Bat with the help of Ann and Ellwood sets a trap to catch the ... Written by
The mining area around Monument City, Nevada, where thousands answered the siren call of "Silver strike!" The new diggings and reworked tunnels were offering fortunes by the spadesful if you were lucky, sometimes only a grave if you were not. Returning to the revitalized ghost town to roll the dice with Lady Luck was Bat Masterson, the man who became a legend in his own time.
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