detector over a large, sandy bank in the b.g. Both are Army
We got ocotillo, devil's walking
stick--what's this stuff--it's
This place is a gold mine.
It's a lead mine.
I don't know why I'm talking to
you, you've got that thing on
It's not just cactus. There's
the nopals, the yuccas--
(Puts headset on)
Looks like a lot of cactus to me.
Man knows a hundred-fifty varieties
of beer, he can't tell a poinsettia
from a prickly pear.
You live in a place, you should
Cliff, you gotta look at this--
Don't tell me--Spanish treasure,
GROUND -- CU BONES
MAN'S HAND. There is a ring on one finger.
Was Coronado in the Masons?
EXT. ROAD -- DAY
underscores that we are in Texas, and we SUPERIMPOSE the
Sheriff's insignia on the side.
We see SAM DEEDS, the Sheriff, driving. Sam is 40, quietly
him we see the Sheriff's car parked.
I was driving back from Apache
Wells when they got me on the
when. But we figured it isn't
Army land anymore, it's your
down from the Rangers. No way to
know how old the body is without
some lab work.
Masons been around a long while.
Old bullets. He uhm--makes art
Sam just nods. Mikey frowns, goes down on one knee and
The Sheriff says we shouldn't
He can't hear with that rig on--
encrusted piece of metal--
What've we got here?
where we found it. They're real
particular about that.
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