Julia is babysitting two young kids while a doctor and his wife are out. During the evening, a stranger knocks on the door asking Julia if she can call the auto club so he can get a tow. The phone line is dead though. This is all part of the act as he has made his way inside and abducted the two children. Years later, Julia has become an introvertive college student. She claims the stalker is back haunting her. Enter Jill Johnson and now retired cop John Clifford, who have reunited to help Julia find the stalker. Can they stop him before he strikes again? Written by
Pat McCurry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Before there was "Scream," there was... the stranger.
Did You Know?
When John and Jill go back to Julia's apartment after she had been shot, there is fingerprint powder on the door and door locks. But when they go into the apartment, there are no more signs of fingerprint powder on any surface. Standard procedure would dictate checking the entire apartment for fingerprints. See more
[while teaching a self-defense class
Situations do arise where there is no-one around to help you and you have to defend yourself by whatever means necessary. You cannot say that you'd don't believe in violence unless you also say you don't believe in living.
"No one can see me now. No one hears me. I am invisible." For Tony Beckley See more
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