Blackwater Lane (2024) Movie Script

(wind whistling)
(wind whistling)
(soft droning)
(somber music playing)
[Cass] My favorite time of
is when summer finally
gives way to autumn.
The falling leaves
seem to remind us
that the only
constant is change.
So trust the journey,
both good and bad.
Because all of it takes you
where you're going next.
And I guess what happened
is a part of that.
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
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(mysterious music continues)
(mysterious music continues)
(crow slams into window)
- Whether 'tis noble in the mind
to suffer the slings and
arrows of outrageous fortune
or to take arms against
a sea of troubles
and by opposing end them.
(students applauding)
[Cass] Very nice, Andrew.
And that was the last
monologue of the term.
Everyone have a great break.
(chairs shuffling)
(students chattering)
- Mrs. Anderson?
This has been my best class.
- Thank you, Andrew. I'm
so glad you liked it.
(students chattering)
- Hey, Mrs. Anderson,
any special plans?
(Cass chuckles)
- Not really.
We're redoing our house.
Always fun stuff
to do with that.
- May I ask you a question
I've always wondered about?
- What have you
always wondered about?
- Is your husband also American?
- He's half British
like me. We're expats.
So is my best friend actually.
- She is?
- She is.
Our moms were best friends
who both married Brits.
- What does your husband do?
(Cass chuckles)
- You're a very
curious young man.
- Hi, Mr. Collins.
- Hey, John.
- Hey, Cass.
I was just coming to find you.
Hi, Andrew.
I thought you'd be running
out of here now term's over.
- Oh, I am. I was just
walking. Mrs. Anderson out.
Have a lovely holiday.
- You, too, Andrew. Thank you.
And make sure you read
that Ura Hagan book.
You're doing beautiful
work. You're ready for it.
- Will do. Thanks.
- Are you coming to
the Anchor Inn with us?
- Oh, absolutely.
I can taste the G&T now.
I'll see you there.
- Great.
(thunder cracks)
- Good night.
- Goodnight, guys.
- Whew. Wow.
- It's a pretty bad storm.
You sure you'll be
okay getting home?
- Yeah, of course. Thank you.
- I can drop you
off. It's no trouble.
- I'm okay. Thank you.
(phone ringing)
(thunder rumbling)
Hey, I'm on my way.
Everything all right?
- [Matthew] Yes,
but I'm exhausted.
Do you mind if I go up to
- Of course not.
- [Matthew] I should
wait up for you.
- I'll be fine.
It'll only take me
about 40 minutes
unless I go through the woods.
- [Matthew] Oh, that
road's a nightmare.
I wouldn't take it.
- Okay.
- [Matthew] Promise.
- Promise. Love you.
- [Matthew] Love you
- Bye.
(tense music)
(trunk horn blaring)
(truck horn blaring)
(tense music)
(tense music continues)
(thunder cracks)
(rain pouring)
(tense music)
(tense music continues)
(suspenseful music)
(disturbing music)
(unsettling music)
(music fades)
- Morning, darling.
- Mm. Morning.
What time is it?
- It's 9:00.
- 9:00?
- I've been up since 7:00.
- Mm.
You sleep okay?
- Like a rock.
I'm sorry I didn't wait up.
- No.
- Hey, how was that
drive last night?
- A lot of thunder,
lightning and rain.
- A woman's been found dead
not that far from here.
Just heard it on the news.
(mysterious music)
- That's awful. Where?
- On that road that
leads between the woods
and Castle Wells.
- What road?
- Blackwater Lane.
(tense music)
Where are you going?
- Shower. I didn't
wanna wake you.
(tense music)
- [Matthew] I'll make breakfast.
- I gotta get Susie's presents.
I'll get something later.
- [Reporter] A woman has
been found dead in her car
on Blackwater Lane in the
early hours of the morning.
Her death is being
treated as suspicious.
No further details
have been given,
but police are advising
people in the area to be
(tense music)
(thunder rumbling)
(tense music)
- Any luck on finding
a new contractor?
- Interviewing a few guys,
but I don't wanna
rush it, you know,
and have the same problems.
- Why don't we just focus
on finding the right guy?
It's been two weeks.
- Yeah, I know.
- I gotta go.
- All right.
Where you going?
- I gotta meet Rachel.
- Yeah?
Well, wait, aren't we wasting
a perfectly good morning?
- This is driving me nuts.
- I know. I know.
- She's my best friend.
- Yeah.
Yeah, yeah.
- Thank you for breakfast.
- Of course.
- So then did it get
really wild last night?
- Oh yeah, about as
wild as it can get
with a bunch of teachers.
- [Rachel] Mm.
- I do think I overdid it with
the gin a tiny bit though.
- That's my girl.
And was gorgeous John there?
- Gorgeous John?
Yes, John was there.
- He still likes you.
- No.
- Sorry, fancies you.
- No, he doesn't. He
has a girlfriend now.
And not to mention
I have a husband.
- I wonder if the
girlfriend knows
about the rumors
of a first wife.
- Oh, God. I don't
believe a word of that.
I guarantee she
simply moved away.
- Mm, I don't know. Susie
swears she's missing.
- Oh, God. Susie's too much.
Susie apparently has a dossier
and everyone from
Houghton Moore to London.
And apparently the new
girlfriend is very cute.
And Rach?
- Mm?
- I really need you to be
more supportive of Matthew.
- I am so supportive of Matthew!
He could be a little
bit nicer to me.
- You two did get off to
a bit of a rough start.
- It's my job to be
protective of you.
You were so vulnerable
after your mom.
- I know.
And thank you.
Anyway, more importantly,
how was your trip?
- Too many meetings and
way too much alcohol.
(both laugh)
- Sounds good.
- Mm-hm.
Of course.
- My tea towel?
(Rachel chuckles)
- The sisterhood of the
traveling tea towel continues.
I found that randomly looking
for my birth certificate.
- Oh my God!
- You were the greatest Regina
in the history of the theater.
- I can't believe it's
been almost 20 years.
I love Lillian Hellman.
I think it's gonna be our
school drama next year.
- No way!
- Yeah.
- Seems like you're
really loving teaching.
- I am.
But my agent called recently
randomly out of nowhere
about an audition,
which is kind of weird,
because I've been
missing it a little bit.
- You think you're
gonna go back?
- Matthew's not really for it,
especially if we
wanna have a baby.
I know, I know.
I can do both. Imagine.
Anyway, did you get one too?
- Yeah, of course.
- I love our tradition.
Mom and I used to shop
on Saturday mornings.
She came through the other
day. I meant to tell you.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- How?
- Tarot.
It was very dramatic.
Very Her.
- Very.
- We should find
something for Susie.
- Wait, I thought
you already did.
- No, I haven't had time.
What should we get?
- I thought...
We all decided and pooled
our money and gave it to you.
(Cass laughs)
- What? When did that happen?
- At Hannah's,
- We each put in 20, so
you should have 160 pounds.
It was your idea, remember,
since Steven's
taking her to Venice,
that we get lightweight luggage.
- Yeah, I remember.
I'll stop by the luggage
shop on the way home.
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
(rain pouring)
(thunder rumbles)
(mysterious music)
(latch clicks)
(Cass sighs)
(disturbing music)
(suspenseful music)
- So did you buy
out Bond Street?
(Cass exhales)
- My God.
Don't sneak up on me like that.
- I'm sorry.
- Did you see that
man out there?
- What?
- Outside, just right
in front of the house.
- No, I didn't see anybody.
- Well, he was just there.
- Let me see.
- I'm not making it up.
- Come on, Cass.
Your imagination's just...
It's a little bit
out there sometimes.
- Matthew, I didn't imagine it!
(tense music)
(electronic dance music playing)
- Hey, beauty.
- Hi!
- Hi.
- Hi.
- Hey, Matthew.
- Hey, Rachel. How's it going?
- You're never
gonna believe this.
The woman who was murdered,
she worked at my company.
- I'm gonna get us drinks.
- Thank you, babe.
Wow. Did you know her?
- No, different division,
but I feel really bad
'cause I came straight
into the office
from the airport yesterday,
and I was jet lagged,
and I just kind of got
into it with someone
over a parking space, and
I'm pretty sure it was her.
- Oh, you couldn't have known.
- And Susie's really upset,
'cause apparently she knows
the husband, who's devastated,
and he's left on his own to
raise two-year-old twins.
I mean, it's a tragedy.
- Twins?
What was her name?
- Jane Walters.
- Oh, God. It can't be her.
- How would you know her?
- I met her at the leaving
party that you took me to.
We got to talking and
we exchanged numbers.
I told you about it when
you were in New York.
- I mean, I don't remember,
but you could have,
and it's not like I would
know who she is, right?
- Yeah.
- I mean...
- Oh, wow.
No, I was supposed
to go to her house
in the next couple of
weeks to meet her kids.
- Really gives you perspective.
- Hey, love!
Are you empty handed?
- No, it's okay. Matthew's
getting me a drink.
I didn't know you
knew John Collins.
He works at my school.
- I love John! John
is my tennis coach.
- Hey, Susie.
- Hey, John!
- Susie.
Happy birthday.
- Thank you, Matthew.
Hey, John, come over
here. Come and say hi.
- [Guest] Hi.
- Oh, not you, Jack! John!
- Sorry, sorry.
I need to borrow the birthday
girl for a photo shoot.
- I'll be back.
- Hi, John.
- Hey, Cass.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Hey, Rach.
- This is my husband, Matthew.
- Nice to meet you.
- Same to you.
- I didn't know you
were a tennis coach.
- Hey, John? Come say hi
to my old doubles partner.
(John laughs)
- Yeah, I used to play
pro many years ago.
I just coach on the side now.
- Come on, Johnny! Come on!
- Look, I...
- Come and say hi!
- Think I've gotta go.
Nice to see you, Matt, and
I'll see you soon, Cass!
- Okay.
(mysterious music)
(wind whistling)
(mysterious music)
- Interesting.
The police released a photo.
- Show me.
(unsettling music)
Oh my God, that is her.
That makes no sense. Why Jane?
- Unless it's random.
- What do you mean,
like a serial killer?
We should upgrade the
system in the house.
This thing's useless.
Half the sensors
don't even work.
- Yeah.
- And a dog!
- No, no,
- No, we should get a dog.
- I thought you wanted a baby.
It's a good idea to get the
alarm system fixed, yeah.
It'll just be one
of us constantly
setting the thing off.
- Where are you going?
- Gonna make sure everything's
locked downstairs.
(Cass exhales)
(Cass exhales heavily)
(phone rings)
- Hello?
(static crackling)
(suspenseful music)
- Who was that at this hour?
- There was nobody there.
- Well.
It's probably just a misdial.
- Yeah.
- It's nothing.
- Hopefully.
- No, it's nothing.
- Everything locked up?
- It's all locked.
(tense music)
- [Reporter] A picture
is emerging of the mother
found dead on Blackwater
Lane. (floor creaking)
Jane Walters.
Just before 10:00 p.m. she
left a voicemail message
on her husband's mobile.
The police have
estimated her murder
to have happened between
10:00 and 11:00 p.m.
Her husband, Alex Waters,
is appealing for
help from the public,
and police have established
an anonymous tip line.
- [Reporter] Thanks,
We'll keep the public
(floor creaking)
Moving on to today's
news in Yorkshire.
We have a summer fete,
where the local...
- Matt?
What they're doing is raising
money for local charity.
- Matt?
(suspenseful music)
(floor creaking)
(floor creaking)
Matt, is that you?
(wind whistling)
(Cass exhales)
(ominous music)
(latch clicks)
(phone ringing)
- Hello?
(static crackling)
(caller gasping)
(doorbell rings)
- Oh, I just called this
I thought you were
coming tomorrow.
- Yes, but there was
a cancellation, and
I was in the area.
Sorry I didn't call.
Is your husband there?
- No, he's not.
- I guess it's fine if you
wanna just take a quick look.
Will this take long?
I was just leaving.
- No more than 10 minutes.
Are you often at the
house on your own?
- No.
No, my husband will
be back any minute.
- Well, looking at your house,
I'd say you're a prime
target for burglars.
You've got a system,
but it's obsolete.
You need to get new
sensors for the windows,
doors, stairs as well.
I'll just take a quick look.
(phone ringing)
(Cass gasps)
- Sorry.
- Sorry.
- Right, should we
go and sit down?
- Actually, I don't think we
need an upgrade after all.
- Well, after the murder
of that young woman,
I'd say you're making a mistake.
Don't forget, the murderer
is still out there.
- Maybe you just come back
after my husband's here.
- I don't know when I can.
Murder's good for business,
if you know what I mean.
(tense music)
Actually, I don't need
to walk the house.
I've already got a
copy of the layout.
(tense music)
I'll send you an estimate.
(tense music)
(mysterious music)
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(thunder booms)
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
(branches, twigs rustling)
(wind whooshing)
(tense music)
(ominous music)
(ominous music continues)
(ominous music continues)
(music fades)
(Cass sighs)
(floor creaks)
(tense music)
(water splashing)
(intense music)
(water splashing)
(Cass screaming)
(Cass gasping)
- There was someone
in the house!
- [Matthew] What?
- When I was in the bath,
and they were holding me down.
I thought I was dead.
- [Matthew] Stay there.
I'll call the police.
- Wait, wait, wait.
I just wanna make sure.
I mean, I am. It's just
I haven't seen anybody.
So I just want you to come
and check and make sure
before we get the police up.
(doorbell rings)
- Oh, I'm so sorry. I told my
husband not to call you guys.
- Call us?
- I'm...
I was just taking a bath, and
I thought I heard someone,
but I didn't
actually see anybody,
so I don't even know how they
would've gotten in the house.
So I'm just unsure.
- Are you Cass Anderson?
- Yes.
- Well, actually, we are
here about Jane Walters.
- Jane Walters?
- We received a tip
that you were on Blackwater
Lane the night of her murder.
Is that true?
- I'm sorry.
Uh, yes.
I was on that road that night.
And I was gonna
call the tip line,
but I just hadn't come up
with the nerve just yet.
- Okay.
Can we come in?
- Yeah, of course.
(tense music)
- What's going on?
You all right?
- I think I just, I took
a bath, and I slipped,
and I got confused, and
I'm not sure what happened.
- So you stopped, you
saw that it was a woman,
and then you just,
you drove on home.
But you knew Jane Walters.
- I had met her a
few weeks before.
But it was raining
so hard that night,
I could only see that it
was the shape of a woman.
I couldn't see her face.
- [Lawson] You didn't try
to see if she needed help?
- Didn't seem like
she needed any.
- So you just kept on driving.
Did you see anyone else around?
Did you notice anything?
- No.
I took my foot off the brake
to signal that I was leaving,
and she didn't respond,
so I left.
- Okay.
(alcohol pouring)
- Why didn't you tell me?
- Did you open that window?
- No, it was like
that when I came in.
Don't change the subject. I
told you not to take that road.
Why didn't you tell me
you drove by that car?
- I shut that before
I took a bath!
I checked the door
and all the windows!
- Cass, why didn't you tell me?
- Because I knew you'd get angry
if I drove through the forest,
and I didn't feel like arguing
about the way that I drove home!
- You should have told me.
- Fine! Jesus Christ.
Do you know what this means?
The murderer reported this.
- Murderer?
How do you know that?
It could have been anybody.
How do you know somebody wasn't
following you in the car?
- No.
- Standing in the woods.
- No, it had to have
been who killed her.
- You don't know that.
You said she was still
alive when you were there.
- I thought she was,
but what do I know?
I couldn't see two
feet in front of me.
- Gotta get that
alarm system set up
before I go away this week.
- Go away this week?
- Yeah, I gotta go to
the rig. We discussed it.
- No, you never said anything.
- Of course I did.
- When?
- Well, three weeks ago,
when I first found out.
- No, you didn't. I
would've remembered.
And stop telling me you said
something when you didn't.
- [Rachel] Yeah, I can.
Yeah, sure. I can come
- You can?
- [Rachel] Yeah.
I've gotta wine and dine
some clients that night,
but I will drive over
the minute I'm done.
- Are you sure?
- [Rachel] Yeah. Very
It'll be at pajama party.
But right now I have
to run into a meeting.
- Okay.
Rach, thank you.
(floor creaking)
(phone ringing)
(static crackling)
(caller gasping)
Who's there?
(suspenseful music)
What are you doing here?
- Happened to be in the area,
and I wanted to
drop off your book.
- How do you know where I live?
- Harry Freeman lives
just one street over.
He told me you lived here,
but really pretty
much everybody knows
you bought the old
Crawford house.
- I didn't know that.
- Yeah, I mean, it's
sat empty for so long.
My mom gives local tours,
and she always talks about it
being one of the original
houses in the village.
Is it true that it's haunted?
- It's possible.
I've heard a lot of
unexplained creeks recently.
- Anyhow, I love the book.
It's really changed my
perspective on things,
so thanks for thinking of me.
(mysterious music)
- I'd love to stay and
talk with you about this,
but I was just on my way out.
Did you walk here?
- No, I biked over.
Don't live too far,
just on the other side
of that Blackwater Lane.
- Lovely.
- Thanks again Mrs. Anderson.
- My pleasure.
Thank you for the book.
(tense music)
(bicycle rattles)
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
Sorry I'm late.
(ominous music)
(loud crash)
(eerie music)
(Cass gasps)
- Cass?
- John! Hi.
Woo! Scared me.
- Cass, what are you doing here?
- I have a meeting.
What about you?
- I thought I told you I give
tennis lessons over midterm.
- I wonder where Mary is.
- Mary?
- Yeah, she's giving me a
sample plan for the coursework,
- But I dropped her at
the airport yesterday.
- What? But I texted her.
She said to meet her
here. It's not like her.
The message is gone.
That's weird.
- Well, could it have
been an old message?
- Maybe.
I could have sworn
she texted me back.
I guess I am losing my mind.
- Hey, listen, I do things
like that all the time.
- Do you?
- Well, no, not really.
- Yeah, I figured.
I guess I shouldn't be
surprised. I've been very off.
Have you heard about the murder?
- You know, I used to
play tennis with her.
I couldn't believe it
when I heard the news.
I felt terrible. Still do.
- Yeah. I didn't
know you knew her.
I did too.
- Then you how sweet she was.
- I really hope they
find who did it soon.
Did you know her husband?
- Just a bit.
Truth be told, he always
struck me as a bit weird.
Look, I've gotta get to my
lesson. Can I walk you out?
- Yeah, sure. How do you mean?
You said her husband's weird.
- Well, he didn't like Jane
and I playing tennis together.
That's why we stopped.
She did anything she
could to please him.
- [Cass] So you're
off to Greece soon.
- No, not anymore. (sighs)
- Oh. Why?
- Let's just say my girlfriend
is no longer on the scene.
- Oh. I'm sorry.
- Hey, these things happen.
Look, I've gotta get
over to the courts,
even though the
kid cheats like mad
and there's nothing
I detest more.
But can we get a drink later?
Might be nice to commiserate
together about Jane.
- Oh, Matthew's
going outta town.
Sure, yeah. Drink sounds nice.
- Great. I'll see you then.
- See you then.
(mysterious music)
(unsettling music)
(wind whistling)
- [Cass] Hey, you
coming? You on your way?
- [Rachel] Ah,
Cass don't hate me.
I'm sorry. I can't make
- What?
- [Rachel] This client
dinner is running late
and driving me also
I'm sorry.
- No, no. There's
nothing you can do.
It's fine.
- [Rachel] Are
you gonna be okay?
- Of course I'll be fine.
(phone beeping)
- [Rachel] Turn
all the lights on.
Open ice cream.
- Honey, that's Matthew.
Let me call you back.
- [Rachel] Okay.
(phone beeping)
- Hi, babe.
- [Matthew] Hey babe.
There's a problem
I'm working on.
Is Rachel with you?
- Uh...
Not yet.
Go do your problem.
I'll be fine.
I'll talk to you later.
I love you.
(uneasy music)
(floor creaking)
(tense music)
(tense music continues)
(wind whistling)
(floor creaking)
(wood banging)
(tense music)
(wind whistling)
(tense music)
(Cass gasps)
(plastic sheet rustling)
(Cass gasping)
(Cass breathing heavily)
(Cass sobbing)
(mysterious music)
(thunder cracks)
(Cass breathing heavily)
(phone ringing)
(static crackling)
(Cass sobbing)
(dramatic music)
(sobbing continues)
(music fades)
- [Ghostly Voice] Cass.
(mysterious music)
(footsteps approaching)
(door creaks)
(suspenseful music)
- Mom?
- [Ghostly Voice] Cass.
(Cass whimpers)
- I'm not afraid.
- [Ghostly Voice] Cass.
- It's okay.
- [Ghostly Voice] Cass.
(disturbing music)
(Cass screams)
(loud ominous music)
(Cass panting)
(glass shattering)
(doorknob creaking)
(glass shattering)
- Who's there?
(doorknob rattling)
(glass shattering)
(door rattling)
(Cass groans)
(door rattling)
(glass shatters)
(door rattling)
(cellphone beeping)
(cellphone ringing)
[Dispatcher] 9-1-1
There's someone in my house.
Please send someone quick.
14 Old River Road.
(glass shattering)
Please come fast.
(glass shattering)
(floor creaking)
- [DC Lawson] I'm at
the Anderson residence.
- [Officer] You sure?
- Yeah, we checked the whole
house. There's no one there.
(chatter on police radio)
No broken glass, nothing.
Did you get the background
report from Gordon?
- [Officer] Yes.
- Two years ago, Cass
Anderson was admitted
to the psych ward at
Howden Moor Hospital.
- Psych ward?
- [Officer] Yeah.
- Listen, we need to
keep an eye on them.
I'm not quite sure what,
but something's off there.
(chatter on phone)
(chatter on phone)
Got it.
(mysterious music)
(water splashing)
(mysterious music continues)
- So did you
recognize the voice?
- They asked me that.
Something about it
sounded familiar.
- And what does Matthew say?
Did he come back?
- No, he can't come
back right away.
He's with a group on a rig.
- Get rid of him.
(Cass chuckles)
I'm joking, Cass.
- I know.
- I'm just joking.
- I know
- A rig?
- Yeah, he's with
British Energy Partners.
He has to make a
lot of site visits.
It would be one thing if
I was in the hospital,
but it's not easy going
to and from an oil rig,
so he's coming back as planned.
- Gotcha.
- I don't know what
to think of yesterday.
It doesn't make any sense.
Something about it
feels connected to Jane.
- Jane?
- I don't know. Probably not.
Maybe it's Andrew.
- Andrew Manning, from school?
- I think he has
a bit of a crush.
He came by my house
the other day.
- Really?
- Yeah.
I gave him a book to
read over the break,
and he brought it back.
Probably harmless,
but it was strange.
- Well, 15-year-old boys
are generally strange.
- He said Harry Freeman
lives one street over from me
and that's who told
him where I live.
- Well, Harry Freeman
doesn't live near you.
- How do you know?
- Because he lives near me,
on the other side of town.
I know his mom. We
were schoolmates.
- That's weird.
- I've also been getting
a lot of hangup calls.
- Ah, yeah, but that could
be those nuisance calls.
- No, they're not
just nuisance calls.
There's definitely someone
there. It feels very personal.
Like something a
15-year-old kid would do.
This was so nice.
- Yeah, really
enjoyed it. Thanks.
- No, thank you so much for
coming all the way out here.
- Any time.
- Do you wanna see the
pool? It's really beautiful.
It's just right over there.
- Can do.
(Cass sighs)
(both chuckle)
- I'm sorry.
- It's okay.
Look, I better...
Better go as well.
- Yeah.
Thank you again.
- Any time.
- Okay.
- Okay.
(tense music)
(knocking on door)
- Oh,
That looks good.
- Thank you.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Tough week?
- Mm.
I guess you could say that.
Not as tough as yours.
- None of it makes any sense.
- I know.
- Who was that or what was that?
- I don't know.
- Babe, are you
still taking pills?
I mean the ones you
started when your mom died.
- Only the sleeping ones. Why?
- I don't know.
Side effects?
I mean, some of those
drugs cause hallucinations.
- This wasn't a hallucination!
- I'm just trying to
figure out what's going on.
It's been one thing
after another recently.
I mean, what happened
at the house and...
- What's your point?
- Hey, nevermind. I'm sorry.
We're here now, right?
Let's just enjoy it.
To us.
- To us and our suite.
- Yes.
And our very nice hotel suite.
(Cass sighs)
(glasses clink)
- This is the last one they had.
- Such a shame.
- The bed is massive.
- Not so massive that
you'll lose me in it?
- No chance.
- No chance.
- Do you have a
copy of the contract
for the alarm that
I apparently signed?
You don't think I'd
actually have done that
without you, do you?
- All I know is that, when
I got there this morning,
there was a technician
waiting outside.
He said his boss and you set
today as the installation,
but then there was nobody
there when he got there.
- I decided nothing. I told
them we'd get back to them.
- But you signed a contract.
- I did no such thing.
- See, that's what I thought,
but then he showed me a copy.
- Can I see it?
- Yeah, I'll show
it to you later.
Can we just enjoy tonight?
- Yeah. Okay.
- Yeah.
Okay. We'll sort it out.
- Okay.
(ominous music)
(Cass and Matthew moaning)
(ominous music)
(ominous music continues)
(ominous music continues)
(music fades)
(birds cawing)
(cawing continues)
(ominous music)
(rain pouring)
(thunder rumbles)
- Shit!
Stabbing somebody's one thing,
but slitting their throat
with a massive knife?
That's just sick!
- Matthew!
- What?
It was just on the news.
That's how she died.
- Please!
- Hey, Cass, will you calm down?
- How am I supposed to calm down
if you won't stop going
on and on about it?
I'm sick of hearing about it!
- I have not been
going on about it.
That's the first
time I said anything.
(doorbell rings)
I'll get it.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- I'm just checking
on Mrs. Anderson.
Any more disturbances?
- Thank you so much.
No. Not really, no.
We just got back, so
it's pretty quiet.
- Well, I meant to ask you,
did Jane Walters ever
mention her husband to you?
- Yeah.
Yeah, she spoke
very highly of him.
- Hmm. Yeah.
Did you know her as
well, Mr. Anderson?
- Me? No.
I didn't know her.
- Well, you met her briefly
that one time at
the lunch, remember?
- What time did you get
back home that night again?
- Like 11:45.
- You remember it being
11:45, do you, Mr. Anderson?
- No, well, I was asleep so.
- Well, he was exhausted,
so he slept in one
of the guest rooms.
- A guest room?
- I'm a bit of a snorer,
so sometimes he takes
solace in there.
- Okay, got it.
Well, if you think of anything,
you just give us a call.
- Yeah.
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
(mysterious music continues)
- [Cass] I don't feel
safe there anymore.
I'm trying, but I don't
know if it's possible.
I really hope they find
Jane's killer soon.
That would be very helpful.
Have you heard anything at work?
- I mean, the police are
there every other day,
but it doesn't seem
like they have any idea.
I'm beginning to wonder if
it was just random, you know,
which worries me the most.
- What do you mean?
- I guess like, what if it
was the killer at your house?
I don't think I could
even go back there.
I think I'd have to
pack up and move.
- I'm honestly considering it.
- What I'm saying is
I don't blame you.
What does Matthew say?
- He thinks it's my medication
or that I'm hallucinating.
- You're kidding.
You don't have a hallucination
outta the blue like that.
There has to be
other indications.
- Yeah, I know.
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
(doorbell rings)
- I just really miss Jane.
If only she'd listened to me.
None of this had to happen.
- How do you mean?
- She didn't need that job.
I begged her not to go
back after the twins.
- Lots of women like to work.
It's a balancing act.
- I know.
I'm sure you feel the same.
- Why do you think her staying
home would've changed things?
- Why do you think she
was out that night?
She said she had a late
meeting at the office.
- Is that all she said?
- Yeah, just that.
Did she ever talk
to you about it?
- No.
Not that I remember.
- Sometimes I wonder if
she was seeing somebody.
There's a guy she used
to play tennis with.
I never did like him.
- No, I I never
got that from her.
She adored you and the girls.
She was over the moon.
- I hope it was true.
(tense music)
(bird squawking)
(doorbell rings)
(vehicle beeping)
- Oh, it's the delivery.
I'll get it.
Yeah, thank you. You too.
Thanks. Bye.
- That's weird.
The baby shop. Yeah?
I was in there the other day.
I stopped in after
having lunch with Rachel.
- Yeah. I just got off
the phone with them.
They said they placed
an order for you.
- I was buying a sleeping
suit for Sheila at school.
She has a new baby.
- So what she told
her, is it true?
I didn't believe her at first.
I thought she must be mistaken.
- Is what true?
- Are you really pregnant?
- No.
- What?
- I'm not pregnant.
- She was congratulating me
and, I mean, she
knew who you were.
- Well, it's a mistake.
She's mistaken.
- You know, she was
pretty specific.
She was very clear that you
told her you were pregnant,
and now there's a
stroller in my kitchen.
- I mean, I never
told her I'm pregnant.
She assumed it because
I was shopping there,
but I never ordered that.
- I mean, are you sure you
didn't order a stroller?
- I don't know.
I mean, there was
another couple there,
and we were all looking
at it at the same time.
Maybe she got confused.
- Yeah, but you
don't know for sure?
- I don't think so.
- Sweetheart.
Maybe now's a good time
to talk to Dr. Deakins.
- Dr. Deakins?
- Well, after what
happened while I was away,
and the contract thing,
and this, I just feel...
I don't think it'll do
any harm to see a doctor.
Just for a checkup.
- You don't believe me.
(tense music)
- So, Matthew says you've
been having trouble
remembering things.
When did you first notice?
Please don't be upset.
It's typically the
spouse who contacts us.
I had a look at the notes
from your hospitalization.
There's a note here about
your mother having dementia.
How old was she when
she was diagnosed?
- 55.
- So, early-onset dementia.
- But Cass as way
too young for that.
- Unfortunately,
not necessarily.
(tense music)
- Hey.
Got everything.
(bag rustling)
(tense music)
Oh, babe.
(emotional music)
- Cass Anderson stopped
by here the other day.
I'd completely
forgotten until then.
- Forgotten what?
- Jane mentioned to me
someone she knew was
having an affair.
(mysterious music)
- [TV] Also come with
abiding by the law.
- I think I'm gonna head up.
Got an early day tomorrow.
- Okay.
I'll be up in a little bit.
[TV] All I ask is
what you're feeling.
As a citizen, as a man of
(TV static crackling)
(eerie music)
(eerie music continues)
(eerie music continues)
- [Ghostly Voice] Cass.
(unsettling music)
- [Ghostly Voice] Cass.
(startling music)
(Cass screams)
- Matt!
(suspenseful music)
(Cass gasps)
- Were you calling
me? What's going on?
- There's a knife!
- Wait, what knife?
- Look!
No, no.
- What?
- No, it was right
here. Just now!
It was right here!
I promise. There was a knife.
There was a knife
here. And then the TV.
- Maybe it's just
one of those things-
- And there was a
woman saying my name.
- So, wait, the woman on the TV-
- No, no, no, in the house!
Didn't you hear her?
- I didn't hear a thing.
Should we call the cops?
- Why would we call the cops?
- They'll do nothing.
- Babe, come on, come on.
- I don't think you can.
I promise I'm not making it up.
- No, I know, I know.
I know.
- I promise! (sobbing)
- Shh.
- I don't get it.
I just don't understand.
- It was right here.
- What? What?
Please consider taking the
prescription from the doctor.
- It was right here! (sobbing)
And there was a woman, and
she was saying my name.
(Cass sobbing)
- It's just the stress.
Really, really.
I'm not sure I understand.
I wanna understand.
(Cass sobbing)
- I promise I'm not crazy!
- Come on. Come on.
(Cass sobbing)
Come on.
(Cass sobbing)
(phone ringing)
(baby crying)
(voicemail beeps)
- [Matthew] Hey, babe. It's
Maybe you're asleep
or in the shower.
I'll call you back.
(voicemail beeps)
(baby crying)
(crying continues)
(dramatic music)
(baby crying)
(ominous music)
(baby crying)
(crying continues)
(ominous music)
(baby crying continues)
(crying continues)
(Cass shouts)
(ominous music)
(ominous music continues)
(Cass sobbing)
(music fades)
(water dripping)
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
(music fades)
(health monitor beeping)
- Thank God.
You're okay?
- What happened?
- You took too many pills.
- No.
I didn't take an overdose.
- Try to stay calm, Cassandra.
- I took the two
pills today. I swear.
- Cass.
You all right?
- I must have fallen asleep.
- It's okay.
But remember, Dr. Deakin said
to try to get on a
regular sleep schedule.
- Yeah.
Did you call Mary?
- Yes.
Did you tell her it's
because of food poisoning
I missed the test?
- Yes. That's
exactly what I said.
She's fine, so you
don't have to worry.
- Thank you.
- Hey, you want to
eat? You hungry?
- A little bit, yeah.
- I'll run out for Chinese.
- Can't they just deliver?
- Yeah, but when we call,
it always takes
forever and it's cold.
I'll just get our
usual order, all right?
Be right back.
- Wait, Matthew.
- What?
- You forgot your phone.
- Oh, thanks. I'm
gonna need that.
See you soon.
(phone chimes)
(knocking on door)
(electricity buzzing)
(electricity crackling)
(electricity crackling)
(Cass sobbing)
(doorbell rings)
- Did you see that?
- What?
- The lights.
The lights, they were flickering
and buzzing like crazy.
You saw it, right?
- No, I didn't see anything.
You didn't see the lights?
They were flickering
and they were...
The whole thing was buzzing.
- No, no, I didn't see anything.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Sorry.
- Are you okay?
- It's just my mom.
- Your mom?
- My mom visited me.
- Your mom has passed.
- I know it sounds crazy.
She's been in
touch a lot lately.
- We were notified that
you were in the hospital.
The report said
attempted suicide.
- It wasn't that.
The emergency nurse came
to her own conclusions.
- How so?
- Look, I've had a hard time
ever since I lost my mom.
The point is I've been on
anti-anxiety medication,
and with everything going on,
I think I just miscalculated.
I don't think I have the
nerve to actually kill myself.
- That's good to hear.
I'm also here because
we got another tip.
- Okay.
- Have you been back
to Blackwater Lane
since the night that
Jane was killed?
- Yeah, I went to where
they drop off flowers.
Who's calling in these tips?
- We don't know.
They're anonymous.
- I probably should have
told you this before,
but I got out and
I walked around,
and I found something.
(soft music)
- Where did you find it?
- Off the road, near the
woods, somewhere in the grass.
But the weird thing
is I think it's mine.
- It's yours?
- I have a pair just like it,
and when I found it, I
came back and I checked,
and one of mine is missing.
(Lawson sighs)
- So why didn't you call us?
- Honestly, I didn't
know what to do.
(soft music)
- Is everything okay here?
- What do you mean?
- With you and your husband?
- We're good. Why?
- Well, someone mentioned that
you had a close relationship
with Mr. Collins.
He's a fellow teacher
at your school I think.
- John?
That's absurd.
He's a good friend
but nothing more.
- Okay.
I had to ask, you know.
I figured, because
let's face it,
who leaves a guy who
can give you all of this
for a teacher?
No offense.
- You mean my house?
Matthew had nothing
to do with this.
This is from my parents.
(Lawson chuckles)
- It's very nice for you.
- Yeah. Thanks.
It was a bit of a surprise.
I mean, I certainly
didn't want for anything
growing up.
- Well, I'm gonna hope
for a surprise like that
for me one day.
It's funny, you know.
They still call it the
old Crawford House.
And your friend, Rachel,
her name came up recently.
Is it a coincidence that
her middle name is Crawford?
- No. No coincidence.
Her family owned this
house many years ago.
- I thought there
might be a connection.
So what happened?
- Her grandfather was a part
of some financial fraud scheme
and they lost everything,
including their family home.
- So how does she feel
about your family buying it?
- She was totally for it. She
wanted our family to have it.
- I guess it's kind of
back in the family for her.
- I like to think so.
- Okay.
- Thank you for your time.
I'll show myself out.
(soft music)
(birds cawing)
- You went back
out in those woods
and you found your earring?
Why didn't you tell me this?
- Didn't think anything of it.
I found it and I
put it in my purse.
- Jesus.
Maybe this is the wrong time,
but you have to read that
letter from Dr. Deakins.
- What letter?
- The one that
came the other day.
- I didn't see it.
- Well, it's on the counter
with the rest of the mail
that you haven't opened.
- I'll go through it tomorrow.
- That's what you
said the other...
Listen, the thing is...
- What?
- I read the letter
from the doctor.
- You opened my mail?
- Just that one,
and only because you
weren't dealing with it.
What if he wanted
to see you again
or change your
medication or something?
- You had no right!
- Where is it?
- Where you left it.
(envelope rustling)
(soft music)
- There you have it.
- Look, I think he just wants
to refer you for some tests.
- Mm-hm.
I hope so.
(somber music)
- It's been a night.
Coming up?
- Mm-hm.
I'll be right there.
- Okay.
(somber music)
- [DC Lawson] Hi,
this is DC Lawson.
I'm investigating a
murder in Howden Moor,
and there's a person of
who attended university
Anything you can tell me
would be very much
(emotional music)
(phone ringing)
- Hi, my name is Cass Anderson.
We recently had an
alarm installed.
Would it be possible for you
to email me a copy
of the contract?
I seem to have misplaced it.
Yeah, Cass Anderson. Anderson.
(emotional music)
(Cass sighs)
- [Susie] So, how
about a cup of tea?
- A cup of tea sounds
nice. Thank you.
- I'm so glad you came by.
(water running)
So how are you?
- I'm okay.
Still upset about Jane,
as I'm sure you are too.
- Still so hard to believe.
I've been helping Alex out
with the kids here and there.
- That's really sweet. Rachel
mentioned you knew him.
- We were all members
at the same club.
- Can I ask you something?
- [Susie] Sure. What?
- Did Jane have
any work friends?
- Definitely.
Her best friend was Kelly Duffy.
She's an accountant.
- I'd love to talk to her.
Would you introduce me?
I could have Rachel
introduce me.
- Oh, hell no. Don't ask Rachel.
- What?
- Do not mention
Kelly to Rachel.
- Why?
- You know what?
Let's make it wine
instead of tea.
I'll tell you as long as you
promise not to tell anyone,
most of all Rachel.
- You have my word.
- She had an affair
with Kelly's husband
a couple of years ago.
They ended up divorcing.
- What?
I can't believe it. Rachel
would never do that.
- Well, believe it,
because it's true.
(wine pouring)
They used to go away to
Italy together all the time.
- She loves Italy.
She was going every other
week and a while back.
- He used to tell Kelly
he had to go for business.
One week she followed him there.
- So Rachel and Jane definitely
knew about each other.
(mysterious music)
(engine revving)
(suspenseful music)
(engine revs)
- What?
(engine revving)
(Cass gasps)
(horn honking repeatedly)
(Cass gasps)
(horn honking continues)
(tires squeal)
(Cass gasping)
(cars bump)
(dramatic music)
Oh God.
(music fades)
(police siren chirps)
- Mrs. Anderson?
- Yes.
- You called to
report an accident?
- Actually, not an accident.
Someone tried to
run me off the road.
I actually can't believe
there's not more damage.
- Hey, was it really
necessary to call the police?
- Yeah. It needs
to be documented.
Sorry, officer.
I was too busy trying not
to be run off the road
to get a license plate, but-
- Can you tell with the
make and model of the car?
- Yeah, it was a big black
SUV with blacked out windows.
- You sure it wasn't
somebody just trying to pass?
The road's dark.
People are aggressive.
- I'm pretty sure I know
someone wasn't trying to pass!
Look at my car!
- You don't remember
that happened last week.
The delivery truck? I
asked you to back up.
That's old damage.
I'm sorry, officer.
My wife sometimes has
trouble with her memory.
- No.
No. This has nothing
to do with my memory.
I think I would know if someone
was running me off the road.
- Sometimes you don't.
(dramatic music)
Thank you for your time.
- You completely undermined me.
- Come on, Cass.
It was probably just
somebody trying to pass.
- Thanks for the support.
- Look, babe, you've got
signs of early-onset dementia.
You're sick. When are
gonna accept that?
(dramatic music)
I didn't mean that. I'm sorry.
(dramatic music)
- [Cass] Hello.
- [Caller] Mrs. Anderson?
- Yes.
- [Caller] Hi, this is
from Castle Wells
Protection Services.
I'm so sorry, but
I think I gave you
the wrong contract
the other day.
- What do you mean?
- [Amy] Well, when
I put back the file,
I found a second
Did your husband sign
first and then you later?
- A second contract.
Can can you send
me what you have?
- [Amy] I just
emailed it to you.
- Thank you.
Okay, so what you just
sent is the original,
and then what you sent me
yesterday was an addendum?
- [Amy] It wasn't an
addendum after all.
It was a second contract.
Did your husband sign
first and then you later?
- I'm not sure.
What's the date on the
one with my signature?
- [Amy] It looks like
the day of installation.
- But I wasn't in town that day.
(mysterious music)
(mysterious music continues)
(flies buzzing)
(mysterious music)
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Hi.
I'll have a small
sauvignon blanc.
- I'll have another rose.
- What's going on?
- It's Matthew.
He's been really cold
lately, and I think...
I think he's having an affair.
- Is this a a general feeling
or something specific?
- It's just a general feeling,
but there has been a distinct
shift in his attitude.
- Thanks.
- Your intuition
is usually spot on.
You should hire a
private investigator.
- Really?
- Absolutely.
If he is, then
you'll have proof,
and if he isn't,
then you'll know.
- I have somebody great.
I'll text you his info.
- Of course you do.
Send me the info.
I'll think about it.
- Do it.
You know I've never
trusted Matthew.
- It's been a lot lately.
I almost wouldn't blame him.
Have you ever had one?
- An...
- An affair?
- That's a complicated question
to ask out of the blue.
- Is it?
I feel like it's a
yes or no question.
It's not really
that complicated.
- All affairs are not
necessarily equal.
Okay, I can't get
into it right now.
Let's table it for another
time when you're not
in the middle of this.
I have to run to the bathroom.
(diners chattering)
(Cass sighs)
(phone buzzes)
(dramatic music)
(dramatic music continues)
- We're okay. Thank you.
- Legal's still expecting us
to send an email with a CC.
Yeah, we could turn it around
by the end of business
in New York, but...
Hold on.
I'm sorry.
Kind of an emergency
came up at the office.
Can I abandon you?
- Oh, no, no, that's fine.
- But I do wanna finish
the conversation, okay?
- Yeah.
- Let's get lunch.
Okay. I'm coming in.
Well, it's kind
of the 11th hour.
(dramatic music)
(phone beeps)
(dramatic music)
(horn honks)
(Cass exhales)
(ominous music)
(phone buttons clicking)
- [Matthew] Hang in
End in sight. Promise.
Let me know what happens.
- [Rachel] Waiting
for her to arrive.
- [Matthew] We've
got to end this.
- [Rachel] Agreed.
Now's the time.
(dramatic music)
(phone beeps)
[Rachel] We've got a
(Rachel moaning)
Someone saw us.
(Rachel moaning)
(moaning continues)
(suspenseful music)
I'm meeting her Friday
night on Blackwater Lane.
(thunder cracks)
(thunder rumbling)
(Cass exhales)
(phone beeps)
I think someone may have
seen me on Blackwater.
I recognize the car.
(dramatic music)
- [Matthew] Yeah. Are you
(dramatic music)
(drawer sliding)
- [Matthew] Shit, stabbing
somebody's one thing,
but slitting their throat
with a massive knife?
That's just sick.
(dramatic music)
(dramatic music continues)
(unsettling music)
(Cass gasping)
[Matthew] We've got to end
- [Rachel] Agreed.
Now's the time.
(dramatic music)
(dramatic music continues)
(Cass gasps)
(Cass sobbing)
(dramatic music)
(music fades)
(wind whistling)
(wind whistling)
(knocking on door)
- Mrs. Anderson?
(doorbell rings)
Mrs. Anderson!
(dramatic music)
Mrs. Anderson!
(banging on window)
Mrs. Anderson!
(banging on window)
Please send an ambulance
to 14 Old River Road!
I've just found my teacher!
It's an emergency! Come quick!
- Mr. Anderson.
I'm sorry to inform you
there's been an incident.
- What's going on?
Where's my wife?
- I came to get a
paper for my class.
I sensed something
was really wrong,
so I went and looked for her.
- What? What are you saying?
- She was just laid there.
There was blood everywhere.
- Where is she?
- She didn't make it.
They took her to the hospital.
I'm so, so sorry.
- No.
(grim music)
(eerie music)
(eerie music continues)
(ominous music)
She really loved this house.
This was never part
of the plan. Rachel.
This has all gotten
way outta hand.
- I know.
This isn't the time. We
have to find the phone.
(floor creaking)
- It's just the house settling.
(floor creaking)
- Someone's here.
(suspenseful music)
(electricity buzzing)
(buzzing continues)
(suspenseful music)
(disturbing music)
(loud bang)
- Hey!
(dramatic music)
(Matthew and John grunting)
(Matthew choking)
(John groans)
(both grunting)
(John groans)
(both panting)
(plastic rustling)
(Matthew choking)
(suspenseful music)
(hammer thuds)
(Rachel breathing heavily)
(suspenseful music)
(Cass panting)
(suspenseful music)
(Cass breathing heavily)
(knife swishes)
- Walk inside, Cass,
(Cass grunts)
(Rachel groans)
(suspenseful music)
(Cass and Rachel grunting)
(both grunting)
(water splashing)
(suspenseful music)
(Cass groans)
(ominous music)
- You have to call an
ambulance for John.
- How long have you been
having an affair with John?
- What?
- It's not gonna work, Rachel.
I have your phone.
- That is not my
phone. It's yours.
- Yes it is!
It's your phone that you've
been using to text my husband.
Right, Matt?
Right, Matt?
Why are you doing this?
- No one is doing this.
You're clearly having
another breakdown.
- You're unbelievable.
- You're unwell, Cass.
You've never been well.
- You'd want me to believe
that, wouldn't you?
I knew you were competitive.
But cheating with my husband?
- Was it competitive when
you bought this house?
To humiliate me?
- Humiliate you?
- For the record, I never
cheated with your husband.
- What?
- Cass, I'm sorry.
Rachel, this has to stop.
- You don't know her like I do.
- We gotta stop. We
gotta let her go.
- She does not care about you.
She only cares about
herself. Trust me.
With all that you inherited,
did you ever think to share
one penny with anyone else?
- That's what this is about?
- No, that's not
how I keep score.
- But it's how you keep score.
- That's why you're doing this?
Don't you know that,
if you needed anything,
I would've given it to you?
- Like when we were in school?
You knew.
You knew what was
happening to me.
You knew what
happened to my mother.
You knew, and you
never said a word.
- No, Rachel, you're wrong.
My mother was
helping your mother.
Of course I didn't say anything.
I didn't wanna embarrass you.
(dramatic music)
All your perceived hurts,
always trying to get revenge.
After everything my
family did for you.
- Your family has
done nothing for me.
Your family can
never hurt me again.
(suspenseful music)
You don't touch me!
You don't...
(knife stabs)
You don't touch me!
(Matthew groaning)
(blood spurts)
- Matthew!
(Matthew groaning)
(Rachel moaning)
- You did this!
You did this! You did this!
(door bursts open)
- That's enough!
(guns cocking)
Back away.
- Somebody help him!
- Back away!
- Somebody help him!
Somebody help him!
Somebody help him!
(Rachel sobbing)
(indistinct chatter
on police radio)
- We were trying to restrain
Cass, and she got violent.
- Tell me something.
You and Matthew have
known each other
for a very long
time, haven't you?
Since university?
You took some computer
science course
and he was a teaching assistant.
But Cass didn't take that class.
She never even met Matthew
until after her
mother had passed.
But you orchestrated the
meeting at the expat event.
You convinced her to
go. She took the bait.
I'm charging you for the
murder of Jane Walters,
But I'm guessing there'll be
a few more charges to follow.
- On what evidence?
I was in New York.
- I pulled the flight manifests.
You never went to New York,
and Matthew's never
worked a day on the rig.
- You killed Jane.
(dramatic music)
Thank you.
[Rachel] In the end,
John ended up being okay.
But Matthew didn't make it.
He died that night.
And Rachel finally
admitted to everything.
They had known each
other for years.
And shortly after my
Rachel and Matthew
met, and a plan ensued
to make me think and look
like I had early-onset
dementia like my mother,
which would drive me to suicide.
All was going to plan until
Jane saw them in the office
and then met Matthew
with me at lunch.
But Rachel, ever
decided to kill Jane and then
make me look like a suspect.
But I sensed the
and Matthew was a bit too
thrilled to share with me
Dr. Deakins' theory about
early-onset dementia.
They cruelly used the
experiences I was having
with my mother who passed
I started to realize I'd
been in danger all along.
And then I found the camera.
And I decided to
turn the tables.
I came up with a plan.
I called John and DC
and enlisted Andrew to help
(students applauding)
I needed someone who could give
the performance of their
I knew Matthew and
Rachel would be watching,
and I knew they'd come back
for the knife and the phone.
- Mr. Anderson, I'm
sorry to inform you
there's been an incident.
- What's scary is they
could have pulled it off.
I'm so sorry about Jane.
(emotional music)
Even after all
this, I miss Rachel,
who we were together,
all the laughs and cries.
I even miss Matthew,
even after discovering
he never loved me.
This was a plan they had
from the very beginning.
At the end of the day,
I've found that three
things are certain.
If you listen, the
answers are there.
Everything happens
when it's supposed to.
And you are so much
stronger than you think
(intriguing music)
(intriguing music)
(Katherine Fussey
playing "Liar")
In a setting sun
With my silver tongue
And your wishing well
See how we come alive
Something I justified
Living half a life
Will you
Be true
I'm just a liar
I'm your fire
Inner demons come
to me at night
Keep me closer
On your shoulder
Whispered in your ear
It's over
When it's said and done
I'm your only one
And you know that I'm
See your heart as mine
With a one-track mind
Spinning round and round
Will you
Will you
I'm just a liar
I'm your fire
Inner demons come
to me at night
Keep me closer
Climb on your shoulder
Whispered in your ear
It's over
It's over
It's over
It's over
I'm just a liar
I'm your fire
Inner demons come
to me at night
Keep me closer
Climb on your shoulder
As I whispered in your ear
It's over
I'm a liar
I'm your fire
Inner demons come
to me at night
Keep me closer
Climb on your shoulder
Whispered in your ear
It's over
(contemplative music playing)
(music ends)