Detective Michael Tabb knows the city of St. Louis inside and out. He has felt its true heart, as much as its dark underbelly: but he does not know who, in both the dark and light - is taking the lives of young girls. He only knows that their burned and broken bodies are washing ashore along the Mississippi River, never to return home. He wears the scars of the one time he got close. Now, he's living in the darkness himself, perhaps too deeply. His physical pain is matched only by the pain he feels each time another young girl goes missing or washes ashore. Self-medicating to both ward away and embrace this killer, he falls farther from his light. Truth be told, the closer he comes to death by his own hand, the closer he gets to solving the murders.
Did You Know?
Writer/Producer, Eric Charles
had a chill up his spine upon walking across the abandoned "Old Chain of Rocks Bridge" conducting video recording research for his Producing Partner David Michaels
. Not knowing why he had such a haunting feeling, or fascination to the bridge he began doing research on it. He did not know until several days after recording footage of the location that it was where the infamous "Kerry Sisters Murder" occurred. In 1991 two young sisters were raped and murdered on the bridge, being thrown off it by their assailants into the Mississipi river below. A dark and violent incident that influenced Wilkinson's decision to create the screenplay based around, and on this location. The story however, would not be regarding that incident, but rather the haunting energy the location possessed. He went back again to photograph and video record this location for Writer/Director Jennifer Lynch
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