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Gus McClain is a college professor, whose life is perfectly idyllic, he has a good job, good friends, and a loving wife. One day things change for Gus when he discovers all sorts of odd things happening, and his friends are telling him of his unusual behavior, which he has no idea of. At first, he attributes all this to a possible memory loss. But when his wife is killed and evidence leads to him, he is arrested. When the evidence that the police have is circumstantial, he is released but later FBI Carter has him arrested again, it appears that a lot of people have been killed all over the country including Carter's partner. Gus maintains his innocence and as he is being transported someone breaks him out and knocks him out. When he wakes up he is shocked to see someone who looks like him and he tells him that he is his twin brother, Booth. It seems that years ago when they were babies, they and their parents were in an accident, and also in that accident was a woman and her baby, now her baby died, and it seems she was a little unbalanced, and being unable to bear with the loss of her baby she took one of the two babies (Booth), and her baby was believed to be Gus' twin. It seems that her husband was abusive to Booth, and Booth would be become homicidal. What he really wantd was to take over Gus' life but unfortunately he is dying, so he decides to let Gus live his--that of a criminal being hunted by the law. No one believes Gus' story especially agent Carter. So Gus' only hope is to try and prove that Booth exists or get him before he dies.
What if there was a killer who murdered people for fun and the scariest thing is he looked exactly like you? Gus Maclain, a college professor who teaches literature and English has the perfect life, a loving wife and loyal friends who trust and believe in him. Unfortunately, all of that is ripped away when Gus's wife, Sarah is brutally slain and the evidence points straight to him. Gus tries to maintain his evidence, but the Feds make the charges stick and are transporting him back to be prosecuted for other murders that Gus didn't commit. On the way there, his prison van is hijacked and he is knocked out by a man who looks exactly like him. Turns out that the man who helped Gus is his wicked twin brother Booth Hubbard. When they were babies, Gus and Booth's original parents had died in an accident and Booth was taken in by a kind mother, but had an abusive husband who would beat Booth constantly. Booth learns the truth about Gus living the good life and his intentions are to take control of Gus's life. Unfortunately because of the beatings he received, Booth now has cerebral damage that could claim his life at anytime. With not very long to live, Booth decides to let Gus live his life: the life of a wanted fugitive. Enraged, Gus vows that he will find Booth and avenge Sarah. Now, Gus wandering from town to town in search of clues that will lead him to Booth or that will clear his innocence. But Gus doesn't have much to go by and everywhere he turns he has to dodge the Feds and other law enforcement officials as he struggles to clear his name. Along the way, Gus will encounter many characters in need of his assistance and he must find a way to help the victims, without blowing his own cover.
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