most active and sensational violation yet recorded on film.
MARSHA WILSON, his younger and beautiful daughter, is taken by the outlaws to the infamous "Pleasure House of Quantrill" that to this day is spoken of only in whispers in Kansas and Missouri. MARSHA, a pure untouched creature of beauty, is introduced immediately to a seedy side of life she never dreamed existed.
The sight of wild parties, and sex orgies performed nightly for the entertainment is abhorrent to her. Girls like Carol who dance exotic dances never before seen in the Western Hemisphere, then allow themselves to be "receptacles of love" in full view of the gang, repulse her. Quantrill's private mistress, Irene, who realizes the plight of Marsha, is murdered by the coldhearted Bill Doolen for trying to save her from his sexual attack which is so violent, it defies description in mere words.
Thinking she had found an opportunity, Marsha bids for freedom, and stealing a horse, flees from the "house of evil." History records that no woman ever escaped from Quantrill's Gang, and Marsha is no exception. Informed by the ever present Frank James, Bill Doolen seth out after her on horse-back to bring to the screen a spectacular chase sequence through beautiful never before seen country as rugged as the story itself. This set the scene for a rape sequence never before shown on any screen anywhere, and one that will not, and cannot be equaled for years to come.
Marsha is finally overtaken by Bill Doolen ...
The surprise ending will leave the audiences unwilling to move from their seats.