INT. THOMAS HOME -- SUNDAY NIGHT
Pan along the living room’s hardwood floor, littered with smashed Thomas family portraits. Shards of glass and blood spatters are scattered about. Bright flashes from a deputy’s camera occur periodically. The sobbing of WILMA THOMAS is heard. Pan up GALE from his muddy shoes to his blood-stained shirt and up to his grim, haggard face. SHERIFF comes up to him.
SHERIFFThis is the worst thing I have ever seen.GALEYes.
Gale and Sheriff cross the room to the foyer where Wilma and her husband, CASEY THOMAS, are standing by the front door with a DEPUTY. BRADLEY and FOSGILL are nearby.
GALEMr. Thomas, can you tell us when you found your daughter’s body?CASEYWe’d been out all day... visiting Wilma’s mother. We didn’t know. We didn’t know anything was wrong. How can this just happen?BRADLEYI found her.GALETell us about it, Bradley.BRADLEYI was at a buddy’s house, we were watching the game all day. Megan was here alone. She said she didn’t feel well. When I got back, the lights were all out. I figured she’d gone to bed. I came in and turned on the light.GALEI see.BRADLEYShe was just lying there like that. I almost puked. I didn’t even think, man. I just booked to the sheriff station. My dad almost ran me down in the driveway. I didn’t stop. I didn’t want to be here when they came in.CASEYYes, yes... we were just pulling in when Bradley ran across the headlights. I didn’t know what he was doing. We called the station, but the girl said you were on the way. My baby... we didn’t even say goodbye this morning...GALEDeputy, would you take the family upstairs, please? Mr. Thomas, we’d like you to go with the deputy. We’re going to examine the room, and we’d like as few people in here as possible.CASEYYes. Sure. Wilma?
Casey helps Wilma up the stairs, followed by Bradley and the Deputy. Bradley stops and turns around.
BRADLEYYou know who you better arrest for this! It’s that James Clapsaddle! He killed her!
Gale squints as the family goes upstairs. Gale turns and looks at the body. In the foreground of the shot, Megan’s arm is seen nailed to the floor with a steel tent spike.
Gale crosses the room and bends down, wincing with pain, to examine her toes.
SHERIFFYou think it was Llewellyn?GALEI don’t know, Bob. I don’t want to rule that out.SHERIFFYou know, Penny said that Mrs. Collins was with her in that cabin all day.GALEWe’ve seen that they can operate through more than one host, Bob. However, there isn’t any letter on her toe. No signature, different M.O.SHERIFFSo it wasn’t Llewellyn. Then we have another killer now.GALEIt would appear so. Still, I can’t shake the feeling there’s a connection somehow.SHERIFFI don’t know. I still don’t get what those letters on the toes were supposed to mean anyway.GALEBob, you may remember my mentioning that every killer leaves a signature. However, in this case, I believe it was much more literal than I has imagined. More than once, Llewellyn said to me, “I’ll scratch you with the poison claws -- dance upon my name.” I believe this was a reference to the letters, W, Y, N, each of which appears in the name Llewellyn.SHERIFFYou mean he was spelling his name on his victim’s bodies?GALEYes. And there is neither an L nor an E on Megan.FOSGILLIt’s an ugly sight, Martin!GALEFranklin, as I have developed an excellent working relationship with Sheriff Armstrong, I want this case.FOSGILLI understand how you feel, Martin! However, due to your experience with the local law enforcement here, I want you to take this case!GALEThank you, Franklin!FOSGILLFirst things first, Martin! No man is an island, so I want you to report to the hospital, pronto! Doctor Terrace will get you squared away!GALEI’ll have the sheriff drop me off as soon as we’re done here.
Pan over to the wall, smeared with Megan’s blood.
Maple trees sway in the wind against a pale gray sky.
EXT. COLLINS HOME -- MONDAY MORNING
INT. COLLINS HOME -- LIVING ROOM -- MORNING
Snapshots of the Collins family are spread out on the carpet. ALBERT is kneeling, running his fingers across the photos. He is crying. A knock is heard on the door, but Albert does not react. SHERIFF enters.
SHERIFFAlbert, I don’t mean to intrude. I saw your car in the driveway. I wanted to make sure you were all right.ALBERTIt’s too much, Bob. Too hard to accept. Everything I had, everything I loved is gone. And how? What kind of nightmare was it? If I hadn’t been there, if I hadn’t seen it, I would never have believed a word of it. I know I’ll never understand it.SHERIFFI don’t think I will, either, Albert. You know, when I was a kid, I remember going fishing with my best friend in the pond behind the driving range on 82. We’d sit on the bank and catch some pretty good bass sometimes. Or we’d make a raft and float out into the middle, but we’d usually end up pushing each other in. Then, they built the plastics factory right there, and started dumping their wastes into that little pond. Next thing we knew, the fish were all dead, and that pretty little pond turned into a sewer. But we found another pond, over by the Maple Lodge, and we kept fishing.ALBERTI know what you’re trying to say, Bob. Thank you. Maybe it’s all over now. Maybe our lives will start getting back to normal.SHERIFFAlbert, I know you’re going to hear about this anyway, so I guess I should let you know ahead of time. There’s been another murder.ALBERTWhat?SHERIFFNow, we don’t think Tuppence had anything to do with it. But Agent Gale will be investigating.ALBERTWhat’s happening to us?
EXT. TWINSBURG HOSPITAL -- MORNING
INT. MORGUE -- MORNING
MEGAN is on the examining table. TERRENCE and DUNCAN examine her together.
TERRENCEShe was raped.DUNCANIt seems like they usually are. Nailing the arms down with tent spikes, though, that’s a new one on me.TERRENCEI can’t believe you can be so cool about this kind of thing.DUNCANIt’s all part of the job, Doc.TERRENCEThat’s the same argument Agent Gale gave me. He came in here last night with his wound pulled open and fresh bruising, on the verge of exhaustion. I sewed him up again, of course, but he was right out of here first thing this morning. A body isn’t made to take that kind of stress.DUNCANWhen I first met Agent Gale, he had just stopped a terrorist attack on a passenger airplane. He had been en route to Sri Lanka when the aircraft was hijacked. After spending fourteen hours sitting on the runway, Martin attacked the terrorists with his carry-on bag. He took four shots to the abdomen and leg before subduing his opponent, blocking off the cockpit, and opening the emergency exits. After one night in the hospital, he caught the red eye to his destination and began his assignment. He’s not a man you can keep down.TERRENCESo I see.
INT. GREY’S BIKE SHOP -- MORNING
ELLIOTT is on the phone.
ELLIOTTThat’s terrible, Mr. Thomas. I’m real sorry for you. If there’s anything I can do... You know, Megan was great to work with, a really sweet girl. I see. Thank you, yes, I will. You take care now. Bye.
Elliott is stunned by the news. KIMMY enters.
KIMMYElliott, I have awful news.ELLIOTTI just heard, honey. Poor Megan.KIMMYWhat?ELLIOTTMegan Thomas. She’s been killed.KIMMYOh, my. That’s not it, though. It’s Patrick -- he walked out on Dani. He wants a divorce. She’s taking it hard. I really think we should go over there, be with her. You know.ELLIOTTRight. I think I’ll close the shop today, what with all that’s happened.
EXT. SHERIFF STATION -- MORNING
INT. SHERIFF STATION -- LOBBY -- MORNING
GALE enters. LYNDON comes up to him.
LYNDONAgent Gale.GALEGood morning, Lyndon.LYNDONAgent Gale, I wanted to thank you for finding Leigh’s killer and stopping her. I don’t know what we would have done without you.GALELyndon, I did what I could. I’m sorry I could not prevent your sister’s death.LYNDONWell, I wanted to give you this.
Lyndon presents Gale with a gallon jug of real maple syrup.
LYNDONIt’s the syrup Leigh bought. My mother wants you to have it.GALELyndon, tell your mother I will savor every golden drop. Thank you.
ABIGAIL comes by, watering the plants.
GALEGood morning, Abigail.ABIGAILGood morning, Agent Gale.
Abigail and Lyndon look at each other, then Abigail blushes and walks away. Gale smiles. SHERIFF comes out of his office.
SHERIFFWhy am I not surprised to see you?GALEBob, looking for clues is like finding stars in the morning sky. The longer you wait, the fewer you find.SHERIFFYou’re incredible, Agent Gale. I was just going down to talk to Duane Cartwright.GALELead the way, Sheriff.
INT. SHERIFF STATION -- INTERROGATION ROOM -- MORNING
DUANE sits at the table. GALE and SHERIFF enter.
DUANEFinally, I was starting to feel neglected.SHERIFFCool it, Duane.DUANETalk to me, cop man.SHERIFFDuane, you’re eighteen years old, and therefore will be tried as an adult. However, you might receive a more lenient sentence if you cooperate.DUANEGive me a break, Sheriff. I can tell you stuff that’ll net you the biggest bust of your life. I’m talking the number one man, going all the way to the top. Twinsburg’s got one drug supplier, man, and he’s been working overtime to keep it that way. You could take him out, man, but not without me. And I don’t come cheap.SHERIFFWhat do you have in mind?DUANEScott B. Free, man. I’m outta here, or no deal.SHERIFFDuane, let’s face it. You’re small change. You’re a spoiled brat and a cheap punk. I know there’s no shortage of guys at the high school who’d like to make a field goal with your hind end. So, I’m prepared to drop the charges against you if your information leads to an arrest and conviction. Or, you can waste my time and go to the pen. What’ll it be?DUANEHey, my dope’s good, Sheriff. I’m talking non-fiction.SHERIFFYour supplier have a name?DUANEDoesn’t everybody?SHERIFFAnswer the question.DUANEHis name’s Clapsaddle. Patrick Clapsaddle.
EXT. MALL PARKING LOT -- MORNING
JANET is sitting in her car in the middle of the vast parking lot. JAMES drives up, parks next to her, and gets out of his car. Janet gets out also.
JANETWhat’s this all about, James?JAMESI’ve got something you might be interested in.
James takes his tape recorder out of his pocket and plays the tape.
JANET (V.O.)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 stops the tape.
JANETWhat do you want?JAMESI know what you’re after. It’s this.
He spreads his arms, indicating the mall.
JAMESAnd I want a piece of it. A big piece. Or this recording goes straight to Kent and the police, and then your little scheme is finished, and so are you. I’ve made the copies already, and they’re where nobody but me could ever find them. Unless something tragic happened to me.JANETClever boy. Very well, then. Let us talk terms.
INT. DANI’S HOME -- MORNING
DANI, ELLIOTT, and KIMMY are sitting in the kitchen.
DANIHe wouldn’t even talk to me, he just walked out like I wasn’t even here.KIMMYI feel so bad for you. He can be so insensitive, I know.ELLIOTTDid he mention anything about this to you the other day, Kimmy?KIMMYWhat? Of course not. No, we just -- I mean...ELLIOTTWhat have you been seeing him about?KIMMYIt’s nothing. Just family business. It’s not related to this. He never told me he was actually going to leave Dani.DANII just don’t know what I’m going to do. I can’t afford this house on just my salary. There’s no way. And we just bought all that new furniture. I don’t want to lose my home, I don’t know where I’ll go.ELLIOTTI’m sure there’ll be some provision in the divorce settlement to let you keep the house. He’ll have to pay alimony.DANIYes, I just feel so confused.KIMMYMaybe you need a change of scene. Why don’t we go out for some lunch. Maybe it’ll get your mind off it.DANII doubt that. But all right.
INT. ROSEMARY’S PASTRY SHOP -- MONDAY NOON
GALE and SHERIFF enter. ROSEMARY is working behind the counter.
GALEDo you know what you’re going to do with Duane’s information?SHERIFFI’ve got a pretty good idea. We’ve been working on this for a real long time. Duane’s our big break.ROSEMARYMorning, officers. Or good afternoon, I should say. What can I get you?SHERIFFGo ahead. It’s on me.GALEI would like two buttermilk doughnuts with a light sugar glaze and a cup of hot, fresh, black coffee.ROSEMARYSheriff?SHERIFFMake mine a strawberry-jelly and a coffee.ROSEMARYComing right up.
Rosemary pulls their order together. Gale sits down stiffly while Sheriff pays for their snack. Sheriff then brings the coffee and doughnuts to the table and sits down.
SHERIFFAre you all right?GALEYes, just sore.SHERIFFI bet. You should try to take it easy.GALEDoctor Terrence and Duncan agree that Megan died between three and five P.M. yesterday. It is clear that Tuppence had no hand in the killing.SHERIFFGood. Albert’s taking this pretty hard.GALEI’m still reluctant to rule out a connection to the Llewellyn murders.SHERIFFI’m just glad there won’t be any more of them.GALEAs am I, Bob. As am I.
DANI, ELLIOTT, and KIMMY enter. Gale sees Dani and is quite taken with her.
GALEBob, who is that?SHERIFFWell, that happens to be Patrick Clapsaddle’s wife, Danielle. Everyone calls her Dani.GALEI see. She’s very upset about something.
Dani sits at a nearby table while Kimmy and Elliott go to the counter and order soups.
GALEShe may be instrumental to the case against her husband, Bob. It might be a good idea if I met her.SHERIFFAre you sure that’s all you have in mind?GALEYou’re learning, Sheriff. Not to worry, I am a professional.
Gale takes his coffee and goes over to Dani.
GALEHello.DANIHello.GALESpecial Agent Martin Gale, Federal Bureau of Investigation. I noticed you seemed upset.DANII’m sure it wouldn’t take a detective to see that. I’m Dani Clapsaddle, by the way.GALEWell, I’m sorry to see a beautiful woman feeling blue.DANIUm... thank you, Mr. Gale.GALECall me Martin.
Kimmy and Elliott return with three bowls of soup and drinks.
GALESee you later, Dani.DANIAll right... Martin.
CU -- DANI is intrigued.
EXT. CITY PARK -- MONDAY AFTERNOON
PENNY is sitting in the gazebo. NICHOLAS rides up on his bicycle and goes to her. They embrace and kiss.
NICHOLASI don’t want to let go of you.PENNYPlease don’t.NICHOLASI’d never been so scared as I was when I thought you were going to die. All the time we were looking for you, rigging that tunnel to blow up -- and the waiting, that was the worst. All I could think about was never seeing you again. I felt like there was a hole opening up inside me, and I was going to fall into it and never get out.PENNYI was so sure I was going to die. But what hurt me the most was the thought of you and what you were going to go through. I was so mad that she would do that to you, you know? That was more important than what she did to me. She told me she was going to kill you after she killed me. She said it like she was doing me a favor. I felt like my heart was just going to explode. Oh, Nicholas, I felt so helpless and afraid.NICHOLASI don’t want you to ever feel that way again. We should be together, always.PENNYOh, Nicholas...NICHOLASI wasn’t sure before, but I know it now. It’s the right thing to do. For both of us. We belong together.PENNYThat sounds like a proposal.NICHOLASYeah.
Penny smiles through her tears. Nicholas smiles back. They kiss. Long shot of them kissing in the gazebo.
INT. KIMMY’S APARTMENT -- AFTERNOON
KIMMY enters and finds PATRICK waiting for her.
PATRICKYou’re late.KIMMYI had a hard time getting away from Elliott. He’s suspicious.PATRICKYeah, well, you better just keep him cool if you don’t want him to end up cold.KIMMYLook, you can’t stay here.PATRICKDon’t worry about it. As soon as we finish this, I’ll leave. You have to make the run tonight.KIMMYTonight? Why so soon? We just--PATRICKLook, with Duane in the slammer, we’ve got to make sure there’s no interruption in service. I want a little overstock.
Patrick hands her a packet of maps in a Ziploc bag.
KIMMYAll right, just--
ELLIOTT bursts in.
KIMMYElliott!ELLIOTTI’m sorry, Kimmy. I followed you. I know how you are where your brother is concerned.KIMMYElliott, please. I did it to protect you!PATRICKYou should be worried about how I am where you’re concerned, Elliott!
Patrick and Elliott attack each other and grapple. Patrick produces a gun. Elliott grabs Patrick’s gun hand and they struggle.
CU -- KIMMY. The gun goes off and Kimmy screams.
EXT. SHERIFF STATION -- AFTERNOON
INT. SHERIFF STATION -- CONFERENCE ROOM -- AFTERNOON
JAMES is seated at the table. GALE and SHERIFF stand.
GALEJames, tell us about your relationship with Megan Thomas.JAMESWe were friends. That’s all. We knew each other from church. We didn’t have a “relationship,” you know.GALEYou mean you weren’t lovers.JAMESOf course not.GALEBut you did go out to dinner together on Friday.JAMESWell, yeah. But just as friends. And we went for a walk in the woods on Saturday. What’s wrong with that?GALEMaybe nothing. Bradley Thomas thinks you had something to do with his sister’s murder. Now, why would he think that, James?JAMESProbably because he hates my guts. He always has. Well, he was upset, you know.GALEYes, I do. Where were you late yesterday afternoon?JAMESI had a fight with my nephew. He’s about my age. And, well, I spent the day fuming about it in the woods. Pretty stupid, really.GALEYou weren’t in school today, James. Why is that?JAMESI got hurt on Saturday night. I still don’t feel very good.GALEWell, we don’t want to keep you, then. Thanks for coming in, James. We may be talking to you again in the course of our investigation.JAMESNo problem.
James exits. Gale looks over at Sheriff, then looks back at the door and squints.
INT. ALAN’S OFFICE -- MONDAY EVENING
ALAN is standing at the large window of his second-story office, which he has opened slightly to get some fresh air. He is deep in thought, and so is caught off guard when KENT storms into the room.
ALANYes? What are you doing in here?KENTYou bastard.ALANWho are you? What do you want?KENTYou’ll never hurt Janet again. I’m going to make you pay for what you’ve done to her!ALANI don’t know what you’re talking about. Get out of here before I call security.
Kent sweeps everything off Alan’s desk.
KENTYou bastard! You take an innocent girl, get her drunk at an office party, rape her, get her pregnant, make her have an abortion, and totally destroy her life! You make me sick! Your kind is like a disease that needs to be wiped out!ALANWho the hell are you talking about?!KENTYou don’t remember which one? Is that it? Janet Flynn!ALANI’m afraid you’ve been sadly misinformed, young man. Janet is after me to marry her for the sake of our grown son.KENTYou liar!
Kent lunges forward, causing Alan to lurch backwards and fall out the window. Kent stumbles to the floor trying to grab him. Suddenly shocked to his senses, Kent gets up and looks out the window.
KENT’S P.O.V. -- SIDEWALK -- EVENING
ALAN lies unmoving on the pavement, a pool of blood forming beneath his head.
BACK TO SHOT
Kent panics and runs out of the office.
INT. ROSEMARY’S PASTRY SHOP -- EVENING
The shop is quiet. DANI and ROSEMARY are talking.
DANII put up with him for so long. I just feel like such a heel.ROSEMARYI know. Do you want to stay at our house tonight? The change of scene might do you good.DANINo, thanks. I’d just as soon stay at home. I’m not going to let this destroy me.ROSEMARYThat’s the spirit. You know I’m here if you need a friend.DANIYes, thank you, Rosemary. I think I’ll get going. I’m tired.ROSEMARYOkay. Take care.
Dani exits. Rosemary begins tidying up behind the counter. The door jingles and a man’s hip appears in the shot. Strapped to it is an ornate western gunbelt with an ivory-handled six-shooter in its holster.
Rosemary turns around and is very surprised.
INT. SHERIFF STATION -- LOBBY -- EVENING
ABIGAIL is straightening up her desk. SHERIFF approaches.
SHERIFFGood night, Abigail.ABIGAILGood night, Sheriff.SHERIFFYou’re looking mighty nice this evening.ABIGAILThank you, Sheriff. I have a date with Deputy Pfiffer tonight.SHERIFFWell, you two have a good time.
LYNDONGood night, Sheriff.SHERIFFHave fun.LYNDONAre you ready to go, Abigail?ABIGAILYes.
Lyndon offers his arm. Abigail takes it and they exit together.
CU -- SHERIFF smiles to himself.
EXT. TWINSBURG INN -- MONDAY NIGHT
INT. GALE’S ROOM -- NIGHT
GALE is making an audio recording.
GALEI am experiencing considerable discomfort from my wound, Roseanne, and I hope it does not impede my performance on this case. I must admit that I am glad not to be leaving Twinsburg so soon after my arrival. There is some intangible quality to this place that I find most peaceful and rejuvenating. Since my arrival, I feel I have been re-introduced to qualities within myself that I had thought lost long ago: an appreciation for the colors of the sky, a sense of harmony with all living things. Do not misunderstand, however, Roseanne. I am greatly relieved that I was able to end the rampage of Llewellyn the Marauder once and for all. Unlike certain agents of the Bureau who may be tempted to--
There is a knock on the door. Gale answers it. It is the BOX LADY. She comes into the room, carrying her box. She is agitated.
BOX LADYIt’s not at all. It’s not at all. You men are all alike, you never read the instructions, and now you’ve made a mess of things. Such an ungodly mess.GALEExcuse me?BOX LADYThe amber circle has been disrupted, but not shattered. You must learn to listen to the trees! You must journey down the dark tunnel to stop the carnage forever. You lost your chance. Tunnels lead two ways, my dear.GALEWhat are you saying?BOX LADYPlain English, then. Open your ears and receive. The things I tell you will not be wrong.GALEGo ahead.BOX LADYLlewellyn will return.
CU -- GALE squints.
INT. KENT’S HOME -- NIGHT
JANET enters the house.
Janet checks around downstairs, but no one appears to be home. She goes upstairs, passing the closed door to Aunt Elspeth’s room. Curious, Janet tries the door, but it is locked. She goes into Kent’s room, opens his desk drawer, and takes out the key. Janet returns to Aunt Elspeth’s door and unlocks it. She goes inside. Pan down the door as she shuts it behind her. Through the gap at the bottom, the light inside the room is seen to come on. Janet screams.
INT. CORBETT HOME -- NIGHT
WAYNE is watching television. The screen produces the only light in the house. EMMA comes in and tosses him his pajamas. She shuffles across the cluttered room, treading on dirt from an overturned planter. Suddenly, the television screen is filled with static. The house begins to shake, and an intensely bright white light comes in from the back of the house. Emma walks through the kitchen and out into the backyard, into the light. Wayne runs out after her. The light suddenly shuts off, and Emma has disappeared. Wayne stands alone in the dark backyard.
INT. GALE’S ROOM -- NIGHT
GALE continues his audio recording.
GALEI have just received a very ominous message from the Box Lady, Roseanne, concerning Llewellyn. Perhaps most disturbing due to its uncharacteristic directness. I cannot help but--
There is a knock on the door.
GALERoom service has just delivered the milk I requested for Doctor Terrence’s prescribed medication, Roseanne.
Gale stops the tape, puts down his tape recorder, and goes to the door. He opens it, revealing a room-service WAITER holding a tray with a glass of milk, a cup of coffee, and a note. Gale looks at the note.
GALEThank you. “Dear Agent Gale, wanted to thank you for coming to our town and solving our murder.” Signed, Penny.
Gale takes the tray and tips the waiter.
Gale closes the door, takes two pills, and drinks the milk. Then he picks up his tape recorder and starts sipping the coffee.
GALEAs I was saying, Roseanne, I cannot help but wonder if I misinterpreted one of the messages I was given by either the Box Lady of Sheriff Gruffydd. If I have indeed failed to stop Llewellyn completely, then I... I...
Gale gets woozy. He drops the tape recorder on the bed, then drops the coffee cup on the floor. He clutches at his throat, doubles over, and collapses.
Special Agent Martin Gale, 34. FBI agent.
Sheriff Robert Armstrong, 36. Sheriff of Twinsburg.
Megan Thomas, 16. Corpse.
Bradley Thomas, 18. High school senior, Megan’s brother.
Alan Cartwright, 50. Real estate developer, mall owner.
Penny Gardner, 17. High school senior.
Duane Cartwright, 18. High school senior, Alan’s son.
Lyle Terrence, 62. Local doctor.
Rosemary Clapsaddle, 40. Owns pastry shop/catering service.
Nicholas Grey, 17. High school senior.
Elliott Grey, 42. Owns bike shop, uncle of Nicholas.
Kent Clapsaddle, 16. High school sophomore, Rosemary’s son.
Dani Clapsaddle, 29. Rosemary’s sister-in-law.
Janet Flynn, 39. Twinsburg native returned from England.
James Clapsaddle, 18. High school senior, Rosemary’s brother.
Wayne Corbett, 9. Local boy.
Lyndon Pfiffer, 26. Deputy.
Albert Collins, 48. Lawyer.
Abigail Voigt, 24. Sheriff’s secretary.
Patrick Clapsaddle, 33. Brother of Rosemary, husband of Dani.
Duncan MacNeil, 38. FBI forensics expert.
Emma Corbett, 50. Mother of Wayne.
Casey Thomas, 41. Father of Megan and Bradley.
Wilma Thomas, 40. Mother of Megan and Bradley.
Box Lady, 53. Local eccentric.
Kimmy Clapsaddle, 38. Sister of Rosemary.
Franklin Fosgill, 52. FBI regional supervisor.
Room Service Waiter