FBI Agent Audrey Parker is sent to Haven, Maine to track down Jonas Lester an escapee from a Federal prison facility. Haven was Lester's home town but Parker arrives to find that he is dead, apparently from falling off a nearby cliff. local Police Chief Wuormos is quite happy to put it down to an accident, but Parker doubts it given the location of the body. Working with local Det. Nathan Wuormos, the Chief's son, she begins to interview several of the locals who may have had reason to want Lester dead including Conrad Brauer and local crook Duke Crocker. There are many strange characters in town and Parker is taken aback by sudden changes in the weather and other unexplained phenomena. She also learns that she too may have an unexpected connection to the town. When Parker learns the identity of Lester's partner, his killer becomes obvious. Written by
Did You Know?
The local newspaper, the Haven Herald, is shown on Dave Teagues' business card as having a website at www.havenherald.com, is located at 217 King Street, Haven, Maine 01214. Dave's phone number is 201-555-0111. The address is a reference to Room 217, the haunted room from King's book 'The Shining', and King Street of course refers to author Stephen King
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Welcome to Haven.
You like pancakes? We got good pancakes.
What about lobster? Isn't Maine famous for lobster?
I don't like lobster. I really like pancakes.
Theme from 'Haven'
Written by Andre Fratto
& Leah Siegel
Performed by Andre Fratto
& Leah Siegel See more