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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Reappearance of the angelically-innocent-faced Gary Lockwood, who previously also played a villain's role in the BW/SMDM series, when he appeared as John Hopper and his twin brother in two SMDM episodes, "Steve Austin, Fugitive" (1975) and "Eyewitness to Murder" (1974). See more
Jaime is shown to be looking through the camera's viewfinder at the unearthed skull, yet a shutter-click is heard as she is lowering the camera. As careful and precise a lady as Jaime is (especially since, being a schoolteacher, she would always want to practice exemplary behavior to keep in practice of being a good role model for her young and impressionable students), she would always take care to frame the scene carefully and hold her camera steady when she presses the shutter-release. See more
You eh, one of them, eh, Vegas showgirls?
You're purdey enough for it!
References Bells of Coronado
You can fly like an eagle
Performed by Hoyt Axton
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