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Come on Walt.
It's the only song that's come in clear in the last three hours.
It's not the song I object to. It's the static.
I'm bored. There's no radio.
You've been in prison for a few years.
You must have heard some good jokes.
Why do we have to drive this guy, anyway?
Everybody else contracts this stuff out to private security companies.
Not a fan of outsourcing.
If a federal prisoner comes through my county,
I drive him myself.
How much longer till we get to the drop-off point?
Get out of the damn road!
Vic, wait in the...
Best to wait in the truck.
I think he's guarding something.
How common is that, Walt? A white buffalo?
About one in every 10 million births.
It's a sign.
Didn't know it was a party.
- You must be Longmire. - Yeah.
Really didn't have to go to all this trouble.
We could have driven him.
It's no bother. I feel better doing it myself, so...
So, who is this wacko, anyway? He doesn't say a word.
All we got was a piece of paper...
"maximum-security prisoner 46742.
Final destination... Montana State Penitentiary."
- This is Deputy Moretti. - Deputy.
You know I'm not at liberty to say.
It's Wayne Durrel, isn't it?
Yeah, he's all yours now.
Got his transfer papers right here.
We'd like to get back down the mountain before the weather turns.
- You got to sign for him. - I know.
We've got to talk to him first.
You got something you want to tell us, Wayne?
You knew who this guy was the whole time, and you didn't say a word?
I didn't want to give him the satisfaction of feeling like a celebrity.
Wayne's a serial killer.
Killed Indians across several states in the west,
then sold their organs on the black market.
It was all over the news out here a few years back...
Maybe not in Philly.
I'm glad he's getting out of Wyoming.
Wayne says he'll only talk to you.
Come on, Wayne.
You can do this. You promised me.
You always keep your promises, don't you?
Whose county is over there?
Okay, Montana and Cumberland County's free to go.
Absaroka, you're with me. Let's go.
Why am I not in a warm truck driving back down this mountain?
You local law people are always giving us a hard time
about not cooperating with you.
We got a possible case in your county,
we invite you along.
But you're in charge.
You have any idea who this victim is?
We think it's a kid named Theo HalfMoon.
How do you know it's Theo HalfMoon?
We don't for sure,
but all the information Wayne gave me suggests that the body
is that of a boy from the Cheyenne res he killed four years ago.
It matches the Theo HalfMoon case.
So, you're a shrink?
I'm a federal agent with a doctorate in criminal psychology.
Anyway, Wayne used the information for a brief stay of execution
and a move to death row in Montana.
How many people did this guy kill?
We thought eight, but this kid makes nine.
And, doc, I'll bet you $1,000
Wayne comes up with another name when he gets close to his next execution date.
Our coroner team will stay and work the scene.
Sheriff, I need you to talk to the boy's parents,
get some DNA evidence to help us confirm his identity.
Let's all head back to the diner.
There you go, Sheriff.
Progress... Prosperity... People.
I'm Branch Connally, and I approve this message.
Where did he get the money to run all those ads?
Helen, lunch is on me.
I told you this really isn't necessary.
Think of it as your tax dollars at work.
Sorry, sir. Machine's down.
You got cash?
Yes, I do. Club sandwiches all around.
I'll have a ham and cheese.
Tough. You get what I ordered.
I can fix him whatever he wants.
11 clubs. Keep it simple.
Theo's family will want to know why.
They said he needed to die.
I know why you don't like the static.
I've been watching you.
You don't say much,
but you have an unquiet mind.
You hear them, too, don't you?
Have a nice trip.
Ruby was supposed to fly back from Idaho Falls,
but her flight got canceled.
Okay. Now, I need you to dig up the missing-persons file on Theo HalfMoon.
We're on our way back.
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