This is Sarah Bennett. Sarah's parents were murdered while she was still in the womb by this psycho called "The Executioner." Like, next level psycho, since he ripped Sarah out of her mother's stomach. Anyway, "The Executioner" (real name: Tom Winston) got thrown in jail and thirty years later, Sarah returns to the town she was born in. That's when the murders start - this time by a new Executioner. But who amongst our cast of characters could it be?
This is Tom Winston. Under the guise of "The Executioner," Tom murdered Sarah's parents and was thrown in prison. Since he's behind bars, he can't be the killer. Right?
This is Dylan, Sarah's husband. He's a journalist who took a job at the local paper when Sarah decided to return to her hometown. He's her rock, but how much does she really know about his past?
This is Robin, Justin's husband. He works as a real estate agent, selling many of Justin's properties. He enjoys living off his husband's wealth, even if he doesn't know where Justin gets some of it from. But how well does Justin know him?
This is Justin. He's a lower power broker, owning multiple pieces of real estate. He loves power, and the only thing he loves more than power is money. He'd do just about anything for it, in fact.
This is Cam, Sarah's childhood friend from summer camp. In addition to being almost inhumanly handsome, he's a cop that strives to do the right thing. But what is "right" in Cam's eyes?
This is June, Cam's wife. She's a paramedic. She's nice and sweet. But is it too good to be true?
This is Alan Henry. He was friends with Sarah's parents and was spared by The Executioner. That hardcore changed him, and he became a man of God. But the new Executioner kills those who have sinned. Hmmm....
This is Iain Vaughn, Cam's boss and the Chief of Police. Iain's a hot-tempered hardass who has no time for anyone that questions his authority (or breaks the law). Does a hot temper and a badge translate to murder?
Alison is the publisher of the local paper who hires Dylan. She's desperate to keep her flagging paper in business. But how desperate?
This is Lisa-Ann Follows. She's a Nancy Grace type broadcaster, always looking for a provacative story to capitalize on from which her ratings can climb. Would she go so far as to manufacture the murders, though?
This is Brenda, Sarah's grandmother (who raised her after her parents' murder). In addition to having the superhuman power to look way too good to be a thirty year old woman's grandmother, Brenda is unhappy Sarah's back in town. So unhappy that she'd take up murder to scare her into leaving?
This is Verna McBride, Sarah's neighbor. She goes beyond cranky neighbor into full blown demon from hell territory. But just how mean is she?
Trent is Verna's nephew. He's an aggressive weirdo that lives out in the woods, alone. Everybody would call him a loose cannon. But how loose?
Sarah is being plagued by the Executioner. But which of our cast of characters could be the killer?