When 2 local children turned up missing, the local town called on a man who'd once tracked Geronimo for the Army. Everyone thought a local troubled teen, an Indian named Jingles had taken them since he was also missing. It became more than a hunt for Buffalo Brown. It became a rescue mission. More
Buffalo Brown was a local legend. He'd helped the Army track Geronimo twice, so it was only natural that the town turn to him to find 2 children who they believed had been led into the desert by Jingles, a local Apache Indian teenager. Jingles had been educated in a Mission school and had been caught stealing a number of time. Now, food, a rifle, bullets, and other things were missing from the small store in town. So was little Johnnie and his ten year old sister, Mae. What Brown discovered in his hunt for the missing children made this tracking job the most important one of his life.