EXT. WOODS -- SUNDAY MORNING
The rock formation, scene of last night’s violence, sits quiet and peaceful in the cool morning sunlight.
INT. CHURCH LOBBY -- MORNING
The MINISTER is shaking hands as people file out. There is a lot of crowd noise and hubbub. JAMES waits in line behind the two ELDERLY LIBRARIANS to shake hands.
MINISTERGood morning, ladies.1ST LIBRARIANI must tell you that was a simply delightful service. Such beautiful hymns.2ND LIBRARIANThe choir sounded wonderful this morning. Such moving music.MINISTERThank you. Good morning, James.1ST LIBRARIANAnd the choir was simply heavenly. What lovely voices they have.2ND LIBRARIANOh, yes. I wasn’t familiar with the hymns, though. I prefer the traditional ones.MINISTERI’ll remember that next time. Good morning, James.JAMESMorning.MINISTERAre you all right? You look a little banged up.JAMESI fell off my bike last night. That’s all.MINISTERWell, be careful. I don’t see many of your friends here this morning.JAMESWell, you know how people are.
James walks toward the door. He pauses at a drinking fountain and washes off his hands. He starts to leave, but then washes his hands again.
EXT. CHURCH -- MORNING
JAMES comes out of the building and moves off. Pan up the church steeple.
EXT. WOODS -- MORNING
Pan down the chimney of a ramshackle cabin surrounded by maple trees.
INT. CABIN -- MORNING
PENNY is sitting on the floor, tied up securely with an apple stuffed in her mouth. TUPPENCE kneels beside her and leans in close.
TUPPENCESo pretty you are, so young and delicious. The Lady of Night thirsts. She cries out for fresh, hot blood that you shall provide. Thus the circle may continue unbroken as I weave her veil of darkness. All things have their place in the cosmic hierarchy, my darling. As my life belongs to my Lady, so she has given your life to me. And such a fire burns within me when I gaze into your eyes. Such light within you, and I relish it. I am the vessel, and when your blood wets my lips, my Lady will drink and her unquenchable thirst will be abated. There is no escaping your fate. Those who oppose me have been crushed, their hopes dashed. But you should rejoice, my precious. Soon you will be reunited with your very best friend: my sweet Millicent.
EXT. TWINSBURG CEMEMTERY -- MORNING
Pull back from Millicent’s headstone to reveal BRADLEY.
BRADLEYI don’t know what’s going on. Ever since you died, it’s like everything’s turned upside down. And no matter how hard I try, I can’t make things go the right way. I push and I push, but I just can’t keep things on track. I need you. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking, you know. Since I found out you were into drugs. That blew my mind, Millicent. Why didn’t you trust me? I would have helped you. I hate that, that you were on drugs, and I hate it even more that you wouldn’t let me help you. But I don’t hate you. I couldn’t. I just get so frustrated thinking about you, I want to hit something. But with this, there isn’t anything to hit. And I just don’t know which way to go.
INT. TWINSBURG HOSPITAL -- MORNING
SHERIFF, TERRENCE, DUNCAN, and FRANKLIN FOSGILL come into focus as GALE regains consciousness.
TERRENCEThere he is.FOSGILLLooks like he’s coming around!GALEWhat happened?FOSGILLTake it easy, Martin! Doc says you’re going to pull through!GALEFranklin?FOSGILLDrove in first thing, Martin! When an agent goes down in the field, I like to check up on the situation personally!TERRENCEYou’re a lucky man, Agent Gale. You lost a lot of blood. Thanks to the Sheriff for carrying you out of the woods, you’ll be okay.SHERIFFI did what I had to.GALEBob, Tuppence--?SHERIFFShe got away. I’ve got all the men I could spare combing the woods, but it’s such a large area...DUNCANUnfortunately, the bloodhound union is on strike.GALEDuncan...
Gale tries to sit up, but winces in pain.
DUNCANTake it easy, Martin. You’ll pull yourself right open.TERRENCEI want you to remain in bed for at least two days, Agent Gale.GALEDoctor, I cannot afford to lie in bed while a killer of such vehement evil is on the loose, and her probable next victim is already missing. I just hope we are not too late as it is.
Gale sits up with Sheriff’s help.
GALEWhen the mind and spirit work in concert, the body’s powers of rejuvenation are simply incredible. Thank you, Doctor. I will try to be careful.FOSGILLGood man, Martin!
Fosgill slaps Gale on the back. Gale winces.
EXT. CARTWRIGHT HOME -- SUNDAY NOON
ALAN stops jogging at the end of his driveway and checks his pulse. He walks up to the house and goes inside. In a car parked across the street sits KENT, watching Alan intently. Kent checks his watch and makes some notes on a clipboard. Suddenly, the passenger-side door opens and JAMES gets into the car. Kent is surprised.
KENTWhat are you doing here?JAMESI think you’re the one who has some explaining to do.KENTHow did you find me?JAMESWhy are you keeping track of Alan Cartwright’s movements? What are you up to?KENTWhy can’t you mind your own damn business?JAMESListen to me, you thick-headed fool. Janet isn’t playing straight with you. I don’t know what her game is, but she’s two-timing you, and filling your head with all kinds of stuff. I know you, and you’re going to do something stupid and get into trouble.KENTYou don’t even know what the hell you’re talking about. You don’t even know Janet. We’ve talked, and she’s told me everything. Cartwright ruined her life, and I’m not going to let him terrorize her. Your problem is you’re jealous! Because I’ve found a woman like Janet and all you do is moon over stupid Megan Thomas. She only talks to you at all to be polite. Anybody who wasn’t blind could see that.JAMESYou little bastard. When Janet sucks you dry of whatever she’s after, don’t come crying to me. You can rot, for all I care.
James gets out of the car and slams the door.
KENTJust stay out of my life! Nosy butthead!
Kent peels out and races away. James stands in the street, seething with rage.
EXT. SHERIFF STATION -- NOON
INT. SHERIFF STATION -- LOBBY -- NOON
GALE, SHERIFF, and FOSGILL enter.
FOSGILLThat’s a wild story, all right, Martin! But I’ve always trusted you as a good, no-nonsense agent, so I’ll back you up on this one!GALEThank you, Franklin.SHERIFFWe’ve got Saltares in a cell. We had to watch him all night; he was acting pretty self-destructive.GALEI think we’d better have a talk with him right away.FOSGILLWhat’s that?GALESaltares!FOSGILLMight be a good idea to talk to him now, Martin!
INT. JAIL -- NOON
SALTARES sits dejectedly in his cell. GALE, SHERIFF, and FOSGILL enter and stand outside the cell.
SALTARESYou! Why did you disrupt our ceremony?SHERIFFHey, you were about to be murdered!SALTARESWhat business is that of yours? My life is forfeit. It was my time to join with the Lady of Night in her Shadowrealm. I am dead already! Why do you prolong my misery?GALEProfessor, how long has Mrs. Collins led the cult?SALTARESThe current leader took over when the previous leader died, about ten years ago.GALEDo you have any idea where she might have gone after last night’s encounter?SALTARESDo what you like, but I will say no more. My tongue has enjoyed too much liberty already. I will not add to my sins now.SHERIFFNow, look here, fella. You’re facing a charge of accessory to murder, so you better--GALEDon’t waste your breath, Bob. We won’t get anything more from him. I’m all too familiar with the strength of fanaticism.
INT. SHERIFF STATION -- LOBBY -- NOON
GALE, SHERIFF, and FOSGILL bring ALBERT up from his cell.
SHERIFFOkay, Albert. You’re free to go.ALBERTThank you, Bob. I understand why you had to hold me.GALEAlbert, we’re going to need your help to find Tuppence. Now that we have some idea who and what we’re dealing with, any assistance you can provide will be invaluable.ALBERTI’ll do whatever I can, Agent Gale. I know Tuppence must be stopped, once and for all.
NICHOLASSheriff, have you found out what happened to Penny? Why are you just standing around? You’ve got to remember what he said about Penny being in danger!GALEWhat about that, Albert?ALBERTWell, I thought it seemed likely that Tuppence might go after Penny, since she was Millicent’s best friend.NICHOLASWait a minute. Are you saying Mrs. Collins is the killer?SHERIFFIt looks that way, Nicholas. She’s completely insane.NICHOLASI can’t believe it. She always seemed so nice. Sheriff, if she’s got Penny, you’ve got to let me help out. I can’t just sit around.SHERIFFNicholas, why don’t you come along with us.
They all exit.
INT. GREY’S BIKE SHOP -- SUNDAY AFTERNOON
ELLIOTT is on the phone as KIMMY enters.
ELLIOTTThat’s all right, Megan. I don’t think it will be too busy today, so there’s no problem is you can’t come in. I hope you feel better soon. Okay. Bye.KIMMYHi. How are things going?ELLIOTTI tried to call you last night, but you were out.KIMMYOh, I... I had to do some shopping.ELLIOTTAt one in the morning? Kimmy, are you getting mixed up with Patrick again?KIMMYElliott, please, just trust me. Don’t ask me about it.ELLIOTTI want to trust you, honey, but you know what happened last time. I’m trying to look out for you.KIMMYI know, Elliott. You’re the sweetest guy I’ve ever known. I don’t want to hurt you. Just trust me, please.
INT. CORBETT HOME – AFTERNOON
EMMA spreads peanut butter on a slice of bread and then tops it with sliced banana. She presses another slice of bread on top, puts the sandwich on a plate, and takes it out the back door.
EXT. CORBETT HOME -- AFTERNOON
EMMA walks toward the detached garage. She stops and looks up into the sky.
EMMAI hear you. I’m busy.
INT. CORBETT HOME -- GARAGE -- AFTERNOON
EMMA enters through the back door. A large 1950s car sits under a tarp, and against the wall is a large workbench littered with disused tools. The cavity under the workbench has been closed off with translucent plastic sheets. Emma bends down and raps on one of the sheets. The sheet slides back, revealing WAYNE. He takes the sandwich and closes the sheet again.
INT. COLLINS HOME -- AFTERNOON
The front door opens and GALE, SHERIFF, and FOSGILL enter with their guns at the ready.
SHERIFFMrs. Collins? This is Sheriff Armstrong!
Sheriff moves into the kitchen. Fosgill checks down the hall. Gale motions to ALBERT and NICHOLAS to enter. They all meet at the door to the basement and enter.
INT. COLLINS HOME -- BASEMENT -- AFTERNOON
GALE descends the stairs first, followed closely by SHERIFF. Seeing no one is there, they motion to FOSGILL, ALBERT, and NICHOLAS to come down.
GALEI don’t remember these boxes being opened.SHERIFFThey weren’t. She must have come back sometime yesterday.
NICHOLAS looks in the sink and finds a school jacket.
NICHOLASSheriff, look at this. It’s Penny’s.GALEAre you sure?SHERIFFIt’s got her name on it.GALEDamn! It looks like our fears have been confirmed. Tuppence has Penny. If only we knew where!NICHOLASWhat are we going to do?ALBERTI’ve been trying to think of somewhere Tuppence might go to hide out, but I can’t think of anything.GALEIf she is being controlled by Llewellyn, there’s no telling what hiding places he might know of.SHERIFFAgent Gale, if this Llewellyn character is real, and is some kind of demon or spirit, how in the world are we going to catch him?GALEBob, since the nature of this situation has been revealed to me, I’ve given that question a great deal of thought. And to speak frankly, I just don’t know.FOSGILLMartin, I know what cracking this case means to you, but you’ve got to remember to stay calm, cool, and in control! You’re on the right track! All you have to do is follow through and it will all fall into place!GALEThank you, Franklin! I hope so! I still feel as though I’m missing something vital. If only I knew where to find it.
INT. COLLINS HOME -- LIVING ROOM -- AFTERNOON
GALE, SHERIFF, FOSGILL, ALBERT, and NICHOLAS enter.
SHERIFFMaybe we should start at the beginning and go--
Gale cuts him off. Sitting on the couch is ZEKE, who looks up and smiles.
INT. CABIN -- AFTERNOON
PENNY does her best to scream, causing a good deal of saliva to flow out around the apple wedged in her jaws. TUPPENCE, who is polishing the ornate dagger, laughs.
TUPPENCEYou grow eager for the ceremony, I know. My heart is racing, I’m so looking forward to it. Listen! I can hear the voices of the forest, and they are saying it’s almost time... time for you to die. But you won’t be going until I’ve had my fun with you. Millicent wasn’t much fun. She fought too hard. But Leigh was such a joy to have. I enjoyed her. And now it’s just you and me. I want you to know that after you have breathed your last, I will show that I am not cruel-hearted. I will send Nicholas to join you in the Shadowrealm. Then you will all be happy.
CU -- PENNY sobs.
INT. COLLINS HOME -- LIVING ROOM -- EVENING
ZEKE sits on the couch, surrounded by GALE, SHERIFF, FOSGILL, ALBERT, and NICHOLAS.
GALEGruffydd, I need more information. Where has Llewellyn taken Penny? How do we stop him? I need your help.ZEKEThe altar of the amber circle. It is to there that Llewellyn is linked.GALEThe rock formation... the tunnel!ZEKEIt is both the key and the lock. The tunnel is the umbilical cord that ties Llewellyn to his dark mother. For in the time of darkness, her powers were at their strongest.GALEYou mean he’s still linked to the medieval period -- through that tunnel?ZEKE(closes his eyes)Through the darkness, he reaches out to seize his souls.SHERIFFWhat do you think?GALEIf we seal off the tunnel, we may cut Llewellyn’s connection to the present.SHERIFFOr would he just be trapped here?GALEI believe Llewellyn is a projection into our time. That’s why he needs to work through Tuppence. If his conduit to her is cut off, he should lose the connection.NICHOLASLike cutting phone lines.GALEPrecisely! Is that correct, Gruffydd? Sheriff?
Zeke moans incoherently.
SHERIFFI think we’ve lost him.GALEIt may be the strain...
The doorbell rings. Albert starts for the door.
SHERIFFI’ll get it.
Drawing his gun, Sheriff moves to the front door and opens it. On the doorstep is WAYNE.
WAYNEI know where she is.
INT. DANI’S HOME -- EVENING
PATRICK is packing a suitcase. DANI enters.
DANIWhat are you doing?PATRICKLook, it’s no good.DANIWhat do you mean?PATRICKI’ve got to get out of here. We don’t have anything between us anymore. You know that as well as I do. It’s time I cleared out.DANIYou’re leaving? You’re leaving me? Just like that? We’ve got our problems, I know, but we could work them out...PATRICKIt was too late for that a long time ago. Look, it’ll be better for both of us.DANIYou don’t give a damn about what’s best for me! I can’t afford this place on my own. This is my home!PATRICKWell, I’ve got my own problems to worry about. It’s over, Dani. I’m just admitting what we already know.
He heads for the front door. She follows him.
DANIPatrick? Patrick! Don’t just walk out on me. Talk to me, damn you!
He goes out the front door and shuts it behind him.
EXT. WOODS -- EVENING
FOSGILL and NICHOLAS approach the rock formation with explosives.
NICHOLASI should be with the others. Penny might need me. I should be there with her.FOSGILLDon’t worry, Junior, your girl’s in good hands! Besides, it’s better this way, well, just in case.
Nicholas scowls. They begin rigging the tunnel with the explosives.
EXT. WOODS AND CABIN -- SUNDAY NIGHT
WAYNE leads GALE, SHERIFF, and ALBERT to the cabin. They stop a short distance off.
WAYNEIn there.SHERIFFWayne, I want you to keep out of harm’s way. Stay behind here.
Wayne hides behind the bottom end of an uprooted tree. Sheriff and Gale draw their guns and approach the cabin. Albert maintains a safe distance.
SHERIFFMrs. Collins! This is the police! I order you to surrender and come out with your hands where we can see them!GALEThe game is up, Llewellyn! We know who you are!ALBERTTuppence?
The door to the cabin opens slowly. TUPPENCE appears, using PENNY, still bound and gagged with the apple, as a human shield.
TUPPENCEIt matters not what you know, mortals. You must not interfere with my mission. The Lady of Night will taste this maiden’s blood tonight, or we will all feel her terrible wrath.SHERIFFLet the girl go. You’re under arrest.TUPPENCEI am not bound by your human laws. Surrender your weapons or the girl dies here and now.GALEHe means it.
Gale and Sheriff place their guns on the ground.
TUPPENCENow, husband! Bring the firearms here. Place them within this dwelling.GALEGo ahead, Albert.
Albert picks up the guns and goes toward the door of the cabin. Tuppence and Penny move outside, away from the door.
ALBERTTuppence, please. Stop all this. You need help. You’re sick. Let us help you, Tuppence...TUPPENCECretin, your foolish woman is merely my vehicle. She cannot hear your pathetic whining. Put the weapons inside and be quick about it.
Albert goes inside, then re-emerges without the guns. He moves slowly away from the cabin.
TUPPENCEYou are all fools! Do you think you are the first to oppose my sacred mission? You will be ground to dust as have all my enemies throughout the centuries. You will not leave this place alive!
EXT. DANI’S HOME -- NIGHT
JAMES approaches the house and sees the lights are on. He is clearly disturbed. He goes to the front door, but changes his mind and sneaks around to the backyard. The kitchen window is open slightly and he goes up under it. Inside, JANET is on the phone.
JANETIt’s all right, darling, we can talk freely. I found a note from Dani. She’s gone over to see Rosemary. Everything is going splendidly. Yes, our plans are coming together quite nicely.
James takes a small tape recorder out of his coat pocket, checks it, presses the recording button, then holds it up to the window.
JANETOh, yes. I have Kent completely within my power. He doesn’t suspect a thing. He sees me as the sweet damsel in distress and he’s my gallant knight. [laughs] Yes, I know. Well, I spoke to Alan and he was reluctant, but I think, given time, I can convince him to marry me. Kent is so blinded by passion, there will be no trouble driving him to kill Cartwright for us. Then a little accident for poor Kent, and you and I will have everything we’ve ever dreamed of!
James leaves the tape recorder outside the window and runs out into the street. He doubles over and bursts out laughing.
EXT. WOODS AND CABIN -- NIGHT
GALE, SHERIFF, and ALBERT face TUPPENCE, who is holding PENNY in front of her and has the ornate dagger to her throat. They have moved back into the doorway of the cabin.
TUPPENCENow, I will give you the pleasure of watching this girl die! Though it is not as satisfying an end as I had planned.WAYNE (O.S.)Stop!
WAYNE emerges from behind the tree roots. Tuppence looks at him with horror.
TUPPENCEYou! So, you’ve found me at last.WAYNEIt is I, the sheriff Gruffydd. I now inhabit this vessel. Do not be afraid, men of the law. The boy will come to no harm. The time has come, fiend, to face me in final battle.
Tuppence roars with laughter.
TUPPENCEYou challenge me from the body of a child? You are mad!WAYNEIt is not this form in which I shall do battle, but one other.
Wayne looks at Gale. Gale nods his head. He stiffens, then steps back woozily.
SHERIFFWhat’s going on? Gale?GALEAgent Gale is now host to me. His is the hand with which I shall smite Llewellyn. Come, fiend. Cease your cowering behind a helpless maid and face me.TUPPENCEThis mortal has hounded me for many months. It is fitting that you be the instrument of his destruction, Gruffydd.
Tuppence pushes Penny to the floor of the cabin and tosses the dagger to Gale, who catches it. Tuppence then seizes the broadsword and runs out of the cabin. Wayne jumps behind a tree. As Albert looks on in horror, Tuppence attacks Gale. They battle.
Sheriff circles the fighters and goes to Penny. He takes the apple out of her mouth and she collapses in his arms, sobbing.
GALEYou are fighting a losing battle, Marauder. Your evil service is ended!TUPPENCEYou made a poor choice of vehicle, Gruffydd, for that one has been damaged by my own hand!
Tuppence brings her sword down on Gale. He blocks it with the dagger, but she knees him in the stomach, hitting his earlier wound. Gale cries out, and Tuppence kicks him in the face, knocking him over.
CU -- GALE clutches his stomach as blood begins soaking his shirt.
BACK TO SHOT
Tuppence moves in for the kill.
Sheriff lunges for his gun on the floor of the cabin, but Penny falls on him and trips him up.
Gale suddenly thrusts the dagger up into Tuppence’s chest, piercing her heart. She staggers back and collapses to the ground. Then, the ghostly form of LLEWELLYN appears above her, shimmering. Gale sinks back down as GRUFFYDD materializes above him.
GRUFFYDDNow, villain, we shall battle in our true forms, as it was always meant to be.LLEWELLYNDepriving me of my vehicle will avail you nothing. Once I have dispatched you once and for all, I will take another. You cannot stop my dark crusade.GRUFFYDDWe shall see!
The two ghostly beings engage in battle, blue sparks flying whenever their blows make contact. Gale, dazed, watches in amazement. Suddenly, an explosion is heard in the distance.
SHERIFFThe tunnel! They did it!LLEWELLYNWhat have you done?! You fools! You know not the forces with which you tamper!GRUFFYDDInto the abyss, devil!
The two ghostly beings begin to appear disrupted, like a weak television signal. As they continue their battle, they slowly fade away, until only the fading blue sparks remain.
Nearby, Albert holds Tuppence’s head in his lap.
TUPPENCEAlbert...?ALBERTIt’s all right, Tuppence. It’s over.TUPPENCEOh, Albert, Albert! I remember. All the things... the terrible things he made me do! I couldn’t help it...ALBERTOh, Tuppence...TUPPENCEI couldn’t fight him, he was too strong. He came to me... here in these woods, so long ago. He chased me down, he was like a shadow, and he came inside me... it was like a nightmare.ALBERTTuppence...TUPPENCEHe made me kill... he needed blood... to drink. It was horrible, the things I had to do... Millicent! Oh, Millicent, my angel! He wanted Millicent to... to serve him, but she was too strong. She wouldn’t let him in, so he made me kill her. So much torture... the pain. My only daughter... I loved her.ALBERTYes.TUPPENCEI loved her, but he wanted her. He was so jealous. Jealous of us, me and Millicent and you... Albert.ALBERTOh, god.TUPPENCEOh, darling. I’ve always, always loved you, Albert.ALBERTOh, Tuppence...TUPPENCEHe drove us apart... I never... never wanted to leave you. I was so helpless... forgive me...ALBERTTuppence...TUPPENCEI always... loved... you...
Tuppence dies. Albert holds her up against himself and cries. Sheriff puts his hand on Albert’s shoulder. Albert gently rocks her while the others look on. Long dissolve.
INT. SHERIFF STATION -- LOBBY -- NIGHT
FOSGILL and NICHOLAS are waiting when GALE, SHERIFF, and PENNY enter.
Nicholas and Penny embrace. Gale sits down weakly.
GALEIt’s over, Franklin.FOSGILLGood work, Martin! I’ve always been able to count on you to give a hundred and ten percent to get the job done!SHERIFFI think we’d better get you over to the hospital.FOSGILLYou don’t look so good, Martin! I want you to get right back to the hospital!GALEYou destroyed the tunnel just in time, Franklin. It worked not a moment too soon.FOSGILLNo, we did it right when you planned, Martin! Won’t catch me jumping the gun under pressure! I see you were able to rescue the girl! Great job!GALEI’m sorry we couldn’t save Tuppence.SHERIFFI’ve seen things tonight I couldn’t have imagined. I’m having trouble convincing myself it was all real.GALEThere are more mysteries in this world than we’ll ever be able to solve. But hopefully, we won’t have any more trouble from Llewellyn.SHERIFFI sure hope you’re right. Maybe things will start getting back to normal around here.
BRADLEY enters, very upset.
BRADLEYSheriff! You’ve got to come, quick!SHERIFFBradley, what’s wrong?BRADLEYIt’s Megan! It’s horrible! She’s been murdered!
CU -- SHERIFF is shocked.
CU -- NICHOLAS and PENNY are shocked.
CU -- FOSGILL is shocked.
CU -- GALE squints.
Special Agent Martin Gale, 34. FBI agent.
Sheriff Robert Armstrong, 36. Sheriff of Twinsburg.
Bradley Thomas, 18. High school senior.
Alan Cartwright, 50. Real estate developer, mall owner.
Penny Gardner, 17. High school senior.
Lyle Terrence, 62. Local doctor.
Nicholas Grey, 17. High school senior.
Elliott Grey, 42. Owns bike shop, uncle of Nicholas.
Kent Clapsaddle, 16. High school sophomore.
Tuppence Collins, 46. Librarian.
Dani Clapsaddle, 29. Kent’s aunt by marriage.
Janet Flynn, 39. Twinsburg native returned from England.
James Clapsaddle, 18. High school senior, Kent’s uncle.
Wayne Corbett, 9. Local boy.
Gabriel Saltares, 44. College professor.
Albert Collins, 48. Lawyer.
Patrick Clapsaddle, 33. Kent’s uncle, husband of Dani.
Duncan MacNeil, 38. FBI forensics expert.
Emma Corbett, 50. Mother of Wayne.
Kimmy Clapsaddle, 38. Kent’s aunt.
Gruffydd. Sheriff from the Dark Ages.
Llewellyn the Marauder. Killer from the Dark Ages.
Zeke Chomski, 68. Mailman.
Franklin Fosgill, 52. FBI regional supervisor.