A group of braves approach a man working on his cabin who grabs his rifle until he recognizes Grey Bull. He assumes they want some of his homemade whiskey but instead they shoot him and burn his cabin. They are part of the Native American Ghost Dance Movement in which the braves have an amulet they carry they believe protects them from bullets. When an Army troop arrives looking for the group of marauding Indians, both Colonel MacKenzie and Parker recognize one of the sergeants as a lancer from the British Army whom they believed to have been killed in India ten years ago - and who was supposed to have been leading MacKenzie's brother when he was captured and killed. The pair visit the Army post where MacKenzie asks Col. Harmon about Mulcahy's history. Mulcahy deserts when he recognizes Parker and MacKenzie are onto him. MacKenzie goes out after him, with the Indians crossing the trail of Mulcahy and MacKenzie as Mulcahy lets a fire get out of control drawing the attention of everyone.