Jim arrives in Dakota territory to investigate the death of a company driver. But everyone in town is tight lipped about his death and others currently ill. After seeing a cow buried Jim has an idea about what is causing people to sicken.



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Episode cast overview:
Sydney Mason ...
Phin Teller
Marsha Cook
Justin Peevy (as William Erwin)
Mr. Larson
Marshall Bradford ...
Jimmy Bryant ...
Kit Carson ...
Cowboy on Fence
Charles Hayes ...
Ed Cook


Jim Hardie has been sent to check on the death of a Wells Fargo employee at a remote town. They received notification with no indication of what he died of. Along the way Hardie notices some men burying a cow which is unusual. He arrives in the town and checks in to the hotel. The clerk Justin Peevey remembers the employee when asked by Hardie. He says he is buried outside of town and died of natural causes. As he goes to his room he hears moans out of a room across the hall. When Hardie comes down for dinner there is an elderly man sitting in a chair shaking. Mr. Peevey says the man, Jansen, is drunk. When the man keels over onto the floor Hardie checks him. He tells Peevey the man does not smell of alcohol and he is dead. Upon returning to his room a woman, Marsha Cook, is running around looking for her husband Ed cook, the man who was moaning earlier. She tells Hardie about him being sick and her sick son still in his bed. Upon seeing the problems, Hardie despite protests from ... Written by Anonymous

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9 February 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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