Victoria Winters has spent her life in a foundling home, never knowing the identity of her parents. She is offered the position of governess to a young boy living in Collinsport, Maine. Hoping to learn more about her own mysterious past, Vicki travels to the small fishing village. In the coffee shop, waitress Maggie Evans warns Viki against working for the Collins family. Meanwhile, Burke Devlin returns to Collinsport after a long absence, and meets with a detective Wilbur Strake, who he hired to investigate the residents - specifically Victoria's new employers who own half the town, are considered eccentric, and live in a mansion atop Widows' Hill. Written by
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Roger and David had been living in Augusta, Maine for several years (with Laura, who is now "away") and have just moved into Collinwood, hence the need for a Governess. See more
It's like this. A chauffeur tells a desk clerk, who tells a housekeeper, who tells me that you're going to work up in Collinwood. That makes you a jerk.
Listen, honey. The Collins family is the biggest thing in this town. They own the biggest cannery, the biggest fishing fleet and the biggest, darkest, gloomiest old house. And they're kooks, every one of 'em.
I don't believe that.
Okay. Move in there. But take a good look in that mirror right now. Because in two months, that pretty ...