Buffalo Bill, Jr. - S01E21 – The Devil’s Washbowl
A gang of swindlers are trying to rob Wileyville by claiming that a hot spring called the Devil’s Washbowl has water that it safe to drink even though it was not so in the past. Bill suspects somethings up and goes to the Washbowl to find out.
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