"Was it truly an "act of nature" or something worse? Who can you believe? How do you know you are right? Very compelling and excellent storytelling. "
Not everything in life is as it seems. Sometimes a storm ISN'T just weather.
My mother and sister went missing. My father, burned almost beyond recognition, vanished.
And as I went down the path to discovering what was going on, I found life is full of what is seen and what is unseen.
The truth isn’t always clear.
“A paranormal adventure for those who believe, and promotes questions for those who need to find out.”
A storm strikes and a mystery deepens at a lighting pace.
One of three boys missing shows up in Sheriff Boggs’ office. What the boy tells sounds farfetched. A man of reason, Boggs thinks a hoax has been played. The story evolves from boys missing to a kidnapping by an alien. Then, from an alien to the kidnapper’s name, Ted Templeton. Boggs realizes all may not be a teenage prank. And he may have more on his hands than he first thought.
The mystery deepens when a stranger shows up at the search site. Major Noah Sears forces himself into the investigation. Not only are his viewpoints unrealistic to Sheriff Boggs, but his ability to answer questions before they are asked is unnerving. And his manner of investigation beyond logical.
Where the boys went missing, a burned structure hints more may go on. A girl is found dead. Another girl turns up murdered. The storm breaks. A mob forms and hunts for Ted Templeton. Major Noah Sears begins his own investigation. And in the storm, Sears convinces Boggs to look beyond formed truths.