Twilight’s fourth season saw the gang going to the Indian Reservations for the first time. Their trip to New York City started a search that ran up Long Island to the Hamptons until they rolled into the Shinnecock Reservation. It was a rich, prosperous, and cosmopolitan reservation with a competent police force, good roads, nice houses, and very happy citizens paid via revenues from a casino and golf club the tribe owned. It was an interesting look at the mid-century status of Indians in America’s law-abiding areas. Twilight’s gang learned that some people on their list had been using the reservation’s docks for some time, and been paying impressive tips for no questions asked. The tribe’s chief was very sorry he couldn’t help them, but suggested that they may find answers to their questions in the Iroquois Nation.