"An Indian legend about an ill-fated bridal couple named the River the KILLWOMAN. Blaine Miller called his ranch the KW and used that brand on his herds. His daughter Patsy was considered a "wild one" and she happily lived up to her reputation when she ran off and married a ranch hand. Two men were in love with Patsy and one, Scott Randall, finds it hard to forgive her when she returns to the ranch and has her baby son, Roy. A lot of water has to flow past the Killwoman's banks before their feud is settled."
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