Broadcast: March 8, 1948
Added: Dec 13 2022
A vast expanse of open range was bounded on the north by Black River, which cut some of the lushest grazing of the area off from the nearest railroad. High, steep banks and torrential rapids made the stream uncrossable, and cattlemen throughout the area relied upon the Black River bridge to get their cattle to the market. For several hours, outlaws had been digging around the supports of the bridge, in order to collapse the structure into the river below...