An Indian psychic is found dead after what appears to be a home reading session. An investigation of her records leads Walt and his deputies in numerous directions, including the search for a missing girl and the location of secret Indian grave sites within the county. Meanwhile, the time for the debate between Walt and Branch has arrived.
Did You Know?
The title of this episode comes from a poem by Emily Dickinson that opens with the line "Tell all the truth but tell it slant...." The poem suggests that the complete and full truth may be so bright and dazzling that it would strike a person blind if you encountered it all at once. Instead, you might have to edge up to the truth, circle around it, to be able to take it in. See more
When Branch is talking with Jacob Nighthorse at the Casino site, the shadow of the camera falls across Jacob Nighthorse. See more
Henry Standing Bear
[Speaking of Aaron Two Rivers, the Heyoka wannabe
You can never tell when he is telling the truth.
Sheriff Walt Longmire
He's just like everybody else, then. At least he's up front about it.