Rowdy, Rabbit and several men go into a small near dead town to celebrate but find the saloon closed until that night. Rabbit followed by Rowdy starts shooting at the school bell. One of the locals notices that a local gunslinger Jud is killed with a shot ricocheting off the bell. The victim's brother William is a fiery but insane preacher who spurns the contrite drovers' offer to compensate the family. The Sheriff won't lock up Rabbit or Rowdy, but urges them to clear out fast, because the minister's curse that Death track the shooters might be a self-fulfilling prophecy - the other 3 brothers are deadly bushwhackers. William trails the herd waiting for death to strike. Rabbit seems to be the one hexed as his horse throws and injures him followed by being thrown from a wagon which hits a bump. He and Rowdy try to kill a cougar which ends with Rabbit hurt when he forgets to put the firing pin in his rifle and is attacked. He appears to be out of his mind and is mortally shot during a scuffle with Favor. As he dies he tells the truth about what happened earlier in town and why. The hex may turn back on William who is not innocent either.- Written by David Stevens
Rowdy and Rabbit are shooting a school bell to make noise when a citizen notices a man is dead. He is a gunslinger while his brother is a preacher. The men are urged to leave town as the preacher puts a death curse on them.- Written by Anonymous
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