It's May 1951; an exhausted farmer raises his tired eyes to watch a Lockheed Electra circle overhead in the twilight of the coming evening. For the past five years the mysterious plane has flown over his fields precisely at nightfall. Its appearance evokes a sense of curiosity and then consternation within the old man as he tries to reason its destination and who its passengers are. A freelance photographer parks his pale green Kaiser outside a dilapidated farm house and explores the interior in a quest for interesting compositions. What he discovers through his camera lens is much more than he's bargained for. Two young men clean their catch around a campfire on the banks of the Mississippi. As the sultry night envelops them they are visited be apparitions that rise from the swirling waters of the mighty river. Ed LeCrone has captured the characters and the grittiness of rural life in mid America and woven these elements into a fabric that contains historical personages and settings. Five of LeCrone's offerings are based on the super natural and are certain to cause the nape of your neck to grow cold and prickle the short hairs that grow there.