Jail break


“If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging”


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Not all prisoners are outlaws, right?

There you were, standing in line at the Pinewood Savings and Loan when suddenly the door was kicked in followed by a gang of masked men wielding six shooters and sawed-off shotguns. Along with the other patrons, you dropped to the floor with haste as the bank robbers hooted, hollered and filled the bank full of bullet holes.

Once the smoke cleared, you raised your head to find that you and the others had bags of money and bandannas at your sides. The sheriff arrived moments later to find a bank full of what he claimed were incompetent criminals that had foiled their own robbery.  You were framed.

Now you and your fellow bank goers sit in a jail cell awaiting your executions.  Just as you start to turn in for the night, you overhear a conversation outside your cell window.  The bank manager is reminding some stranger that he held up his end of the bargain and is demanding his cut of the money.  

Can you solve the mystery of your own arrest and escape the gallows?

cowboy lessons
  • Don’t squat with your spurs on
  • Don’t dig for water under the outhouse
  • Never miss a good chance to shut up
  • Don’t go in if you don’t know the way out
  • Never slap a man who’s chewing tobacco