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Tourists flock to Medora, ND every summer. They travel far and wide to visit the badlands and to see the biggest show in the west – The Medora Musical. Every night thousands of people fill the outdoor amphitheater anxiously. Brimming with excitement they cannot wait to be entertained by the singing cowboys and cowgirls. The crowd barely contains itself as the sun sets and the shadows of twilight cast themselves sharply across the badlands. The music starts – the show is about the begin ... or is it? The host of the show is missing! Buffalo Annie has disappeared. Has her body been found high atop a butte deep in the badlands? Why was she murdered? Who murdered her? Perhaps it has something to do with her relationship to Hal, the son of Ella, the woman who practically owns the town. Or maybe it has something to do with Annie’s treatment and disrespect of those she works with. Or did it have something to do with an old Indian folk tale about the end of the world? Buffalo Annie is dead. Crow Indian ghosts are roaming the badlands. The end of the world is near. There isn't much time to figure out who murdered Annie. The clock is ticking. Whodunnit?
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