PREVIOUSLY: Chris & Wyatt Earp asked Mac to send them out into the field—they were chafing to get back in the game.
“By all means,” Mac replied, “We’ve not heard from Boomer & Linda for too long.”
“Do you have any idea where they are?”
“Their last report came from Flyspeck,” he replied just as his communicator chirped.
After a few seconds, Mac grinned, “Linda just called and informed me they foiled an operation—and told the Smith gang who they were—to play with them a bit. It’s your turn to play, now.”
Season 17—Adventure 10—REVENGE—Episode 7—Scene 1… Inside the Posse HQ… “Oh—BOY!” Chris exclaimed.
“Settle-down,” Mac laughed, “We must find a way for you to gain their trust.”
“How?” Wyatt asked.
“I have some friends down at Fort Leavenworth,” Mac explained, “Who can create a personal history for you both that even the Russian KGB can’t crack.”
“How long will that take?” Chris asked.
“An hour—tops,” Mac replied, “And since both your cars are—shall I say—unique, we’ll get you a rather nondescript car.”
Episode 7—Scene 2… Outside the Posse HQ… “You’re almost ready to head-out.”
“You’re almost ready to head-out.”
“Almost?” Wyatt asked.
“Yes,” Mac replied, “We’ve built a genealogy going back to your respective births, and you must memorize the high points: where you were born, parents’ names, and your most recent activities.”
“That’ll take many hours,” Chris protested.
“You were born & raised in Nevada, your parent’s surnames are Wilson and Williams,” Mac replied, “You moved to Saint Paul in 2010, and promptly got into trouble and spent time in Shakopee Women’s Prison and Stillwater Prison. There are now records for Ann and Jerry Williams.”
“Okay, not many, but several,” Chris replied, “We’ll get right on it.”
The next morning, they were ready and left Danger Bay for Flyspeck.
Episode 7—Scene 3… Inside the Flyspeck Bar… Hal Barber watched Chris and Wyatt Earp enter the bar—and he sensed they were two dangerous people.
He was correct.
He was correct.
Barber sidled over…
“By chance—are you looking for work?” He asked.
“Maybe,” Wyatt’s voice—ominous.
Barber felt fear creeping into his consciousness—something that had never happened before.
Chris took a friendlier tac, “We might be—or, we might be looking to hire.”
“Let me get back to you—the penalty for leaving our firm is death.”
“The penalty for refusing an offer from us—is the same,” Wyatt—er—Jerry replied.
Barber was—to say the least—terrified. He’d never come-across two other people quite so intimidating.
Our story will be Continued…