A Norse runestone is discovered in Western Pennsylvania. The prophecy upon it tells of the Norse great wolf Fenrir (Fenris), and that its release from the stone will bring about Ragnarok --- the end of the world. Archaeologist Sam Stewart and wife Marla find it has some connection to their friend Martin. A young boy named Jacob is haunted by terrifying nightmares of what is to come, and his family explains these dreams through stories from Norse legend, which says that the only one who can destroy Fenrir is Tyr, the Norse god of war, who is prophesied to return to fight the creature. Written by
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An ancient prophecy is about to become a modern nightmare.
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The "no beast so fierce" line is from Shakespeare's Richard III. See more
[Marla has noticed a Christian icon among his antiquities
A contradiction in my design scheme, I admit. There are no atheists in foxholes. And you are in one now!
References The Wizard of Oz
The Teddy Bears' Picnic
Music by John W. Bratton
Lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy
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