Late one night, a man (seen only from the shoulders down or in silhouette) enters the Dodge House Hotel, swipes a room key, lets himself into the room and goes back to return the key. A few minutes later, the room's occupant comes in. As he shuts the door, he looks up and sees the silhouette -- pointing a rifle at him. The slug drills him through the heart, but there is no sound of the shot and he's not discovered until the next morning. Newly thinks that someone could fashion a device to silence muzzle blasts. Matt sends word throughout Dodge and the nearby communities to form a street police force. But the killer strikes again the next night, and the next. Matt's now convinced that the serial killer is choosing his victims for a specific purpose -- most likely because they served on a jury. Matt questions Doc, who's lived in Dodge the longest, about the juries he remembers serving on and whether he remembered the men who served with them and who they judged. From Doc's information, ... Written by
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Ben Bates, who doubles for Matt in the last scene, was James Arness
's double on the show in real life (Arness had trouble walking due to taking bullets in a knee on Anzio Beach) See more
When the killer leaves his room for the last time to set up his ultimate assassination attempt, he extinguishes the only candle and the room goes pitch black. When Matt smashes down the door a few minutes later, the room is brightly lit. See more