The Hicks gang hit the Union Pacific train with savage efficiency, leaving the crew dead and the passengers stranded in the desert and as good as dead. Wes Denton came upon the scene and rode into Gila Bend in order to send out help. While there he met Joe Mason and struck up a friendship that would turn into a prospecting partnership. There had to be gold somewhere in the Mogollons, and Wes and Joe figured to find it. While finding it would prove to be chancy, hanging on to it with the Hicks gang in the area might prove to be downright dangerous. Cheyenne Mason had run Lester Flagg out of town with the threat of death should he return. Now, Lester was steering the Hicks gang to Santa Fe and the Mason ranch, where he planned to even the score with the Masons, and Cheyenne Mason in particular.
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