When Jess caught Moke stealing silver from the mine, he also learned that the despicable womanizer was Kady's father, and young Danny was also Moke's grand-son (both shared a tell-tale hereditary butterfly-shaped birthmark near their bellybutton that was passed on through the male lineage) [the incest theme again, although displaced]. Then, the wedding between Wash and Kady was unexpectedly called off - Kady didn't know that Jess had told the Gillespie parents about Danny's true heritage.
She soon became his love interest as he went on a quest for revenge.
I come to stay with you." That evening, she enticingly undressed behind a sheet hung up as a room divider.
The next morning, she told him that the father of her own illegitimate child was a spoiled rich kid named Wash Gillespie (Edward Albert), the silver mine owner's (Ed Mc Mahon) son, who had impregnated and then abandoned her when she started "swelling." She claimed that she was owed a share of the Gillespie silver mine, hoping to become rich ("I want more for me and for my baby.
Lisa often woke at night, totally naked and frightened, with the lights flickering.
As she showered, she also saw visions of a ghostly, voice-less Satanic Spirit (Kabir Bedi) reflected in the shower-tile wall.