Odie Cairns learns that a couple who are True Lighters are moving into the Tombstone area. The religious sect is not embraced by everyone given their history. Odie takes it upon himself to drive the couple out of town which Earp must stop.



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Episode cast overview:
Shotgun Gibbs
Hiram Grant
Odie Cairns
Selma Grant
Rodney Bell ...
Elmer Bates
Lee Anthony ...
Deputy Ames


Drunk Odie Cairns tries to ask a lone Selma Grant sitting on a wagon to go inside for a drink but she refuses. When her husband appears, their way of talking causes Odie to realize they might be True Lighters which a newspaper they have proves it to be true. Odie's sudden hatred causes her husband Hiram to nearly choke Odie. He is stopped and Earp is called to settle the issue. Odie wants them run out of town but Earp tells them they are welcome but Earp decides to check on the Grants. Later, Odie learns that Mr. Bates has sold his farm to the Grants causing Odie to decide to burn them out. Bates informs Earp about Odie's plans so Earp rides to the Grant's place. On the way he sees Hiram planting dynamite to stop Odie's group. After Earp pulls the dynamite, he races to the house to stop Odie. Odie informs everyone he hates the True Lighters due to them and a few Arapaho Indians massacring a wagon train at Jericho Canyon which included his wagon and family. After Odie and his men leave... Written by Anonymous

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22 November 1960 (USA)  »

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This show seems to be based on the attitudes of the times toward Mormons with the Jericho Canyon massacre of the Frasier wagon train with the Arapaho Native Americans being a reference to the Mountain Meadows Massacre of the Baker-Fancher wagon train which involved a few Paiute Native Americans. See more »


Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] In the frontier West, men fought over things: differences monetary and romantic, political, racial, and religious. Both good men and bad were caught in this violence and sometimes brought to doom. And often, their quarrels became the problem of Wyatt Earp.
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The Legend Of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers
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