On Christmas Eve, six-year-old Tom McCrae witnessed an unspeakable atrocity that left him orphaned, his childhood in tatters. Now in his mid-thirties, Tom still has terrifying nightmares of that night. When Tom is sent to the remote Scottish village of Douglass to negotiate a land grab for his employer it seems like a golden opportunity for him to start over. But Tom can't help feeling he's been to Douglass before, and the terrible dreams from his childhood have begun to spill over into his waking life. As murderous events unfold and Tom's feverish nightmares escalate, he will discover the hideous truth behind the villagers' strange pagan ritual of The Jack in the Green.
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About the Author
Frazer Lee is the writer/director of the award-winning movies On Edge and Red Lines. His directing projects include the supernatural horror feature The Reformatory and the supernatural noir Adina, both in development. As screenwriter, his feature horror film Panic Button premiered at Marche du Film at Cannes in 2011.