Losing his first wife when she disappeared, Jim Cobbett tries marriage again. All seemed fine until she turned up missing too. Did he have something to do with her absence as some think he did with his first?

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Losing his first wife when she disappeared, Jim Cobbett tries marriage again. All seemed fine until she turned up missing too. Did he have something to do with her absence as some think he did with his first?

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23 November 1957 (USA)  »

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What a strange little episode
19 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episode begins on a happy note when Jim Cobbett is set on getting married to his new bride Lila. However this one trouble maker named Hank Luz is spreading rumors that Jim's first wife was possibly murdered by Jim. It seems that Jim was married and then one day no one ever saw his wife anymore. So the word spread that Jim had killed her.

It is not long after the marriage that Matt gets word that Jim is at the house all alone with Lila no where around. So Matt and Chester ride up to see the Cobbett's. When Matt gets to the house Jim tells them that Indians attacked the house and ran off with Lila. Everything about Jim's story seems to be true but when Chester points out to Marshal Dillon about some columbine flowers all lined up in a row- Matt gets suspicious.

This is an episode that was much different from the normal as Matt might have actually come across someone that needed looking into with more seasoned eyes. But Matt lets the person ride away after listening to a tale that may, or may not, have been true. Nothing really wrong with the story it just was different from what we usually get from a western episode.


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