This is the second time today that Ben's been face-to-face with a gun. And guess what? He doesn't care for it much. Go figure.
This time, the person on the other end is a girl named Moody, and she wants to know what Ben's doing out by the lynching tree.
Abraham tells her to quit it and put the gun down.
Luckily she listens, probably because she's Abraham's granddaughter.
She doesn't understand why her grandpa would work for a guy like Ben (a.k.a. white and out by a lynching tree), but Ben explains that they're working together, though Moody's not sure she believes him.