Thomas Bearclaw and his friend Lyle Cannon find a carving of the Indian protector of the dead Masauu at an excavation site and are haunted by the demon that very night. The next day Jaime ... See full summary »

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Oscar Goldman (credit only)
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Dr. Rudy Wells (credit only)
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Thomas Bearclaw
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Hawkins
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Lyle Cannon
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Sgt. Don Woods
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Capt. Anders
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Thomas Bearclaw and his friend Lyle Cannon find a carving of the Indian protector of the dead Masauu at an excavation site and are haunted by the demon that very night. The next day Jaime Sommers visits unexpectedly as Bearclaw had been asking her to do so for some time. Before long, Jaime is having nightmarish visions of Masauu as well. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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23 March 1977 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The wildly-staring stuffed coyote-like head of the shifty-eyed gas station dude's former canine pet is a nice touch, in that it ties in with the wolf and jackal-like statues found at the Indian burial ground just moments earlier in the show. See more »

Goofs

Erratic crackles from the geiger counter do not match the areas where Jaime is pointing the sensor-wand. See more »

Quotes

Hawkins: I got me a big ole sidewinder. You wanna see it?
Jaime Sommers: Ah, some other time, thank you.
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References Bells of Coronado (1950) See more »

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You can fly like an eagle
Performed by Hoyt Axton (uncredited)
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