After being run out of town, Bart finds himself on a stagecoach with a group of passengers headed to Oblivion, a transfer station and inn run by the Lyme family. While waiting for the next stagecoach to Denver, Bart discovers that some visitors (especially those carrying large sums of money) check in but they don't necessarily check out.
Did You Know?
The plot contains elements of the real life story of the "Bloody Benders," a rural Kansas family that operated a store and inn during the early 1870s. The Benders robbed and killed at least a dozen travelers and buried the bodies around their Labette County home before they were caught and stopped. See more
Call. Cards? Two. And three for the dealer.
[Bart looks at his cards and finds he now has four aces, but so does the Sheriff
Your under arrest.