In the movie Seven Psychopaths in the night Hans is high on peyote he has a vision of his late wife Myra telling him that there is no heaven and that she's just sitting in a completely grey room, which let's Hans doubt his believes on the afterlife. He tells this to Marty on the next day (or the same night?).
Later that day after Billy called Charlie to come after them he gets notice of Hans's doubts and in order to reassure him that it wasn't an actual vision of his wife, he says that he was just immitating Myra's voice to play a trick on him. This of course just sounds like a lame excuse in order to get Hans back on track (and participate in Billy's planned shootout). But when asked what he said in particular, Billy indeed says that he (playing Myra) told him everything was grey there. After that Hans leaves the group kind of disillusioned or disappointed.
So to cut it short I've got two connected questions regarding this incident:
Did Billy really play Myra that night or was it Hans's own vision and Billy just told that to get him back on track? If he wasn't impersonating Myra then how could he know about what she said to him, could Marty have told this to him, maybe even on purpose for Billy to make up that story (or maybe just when he was drunk again)?
And why did Hans leave then? Was it because he was disappointed by Billy playing such an evil trick on him, or was he disappointed by Marty (and Billy) misusing against him what he told him in trust? Or did he just not believe Billy (or didn't care) and left for the same reason he initially wanted to leave, because he was fed up with the situation and lost his faith?