In the small village of Buffalo Brook, Vermont, stands Taylor Manse. A stately Victorian mansion built by the Reverend Michael Mariah Taylor in 1880, its living room floors stained with the blood of at least 19 people, has just been purchased by Wade and Anne Robinson. Wade, a rehabber, has purchased the manse as a fixer-upper, an investment property he hopes to flip at a large profit, as soon as the rehab is completed. What Wade was not told when he purchased the property from the TRI Group was the violent history of the manse. He also had no idea that the TRI Group was Taylor Realty Investment Group, comprised solely of the grandson of the Reverend Michael Taylor, and that he is the first owner from outside the Taylor family in the manse's 125-year existence.
But, in a town the size of Buffalo Brook, it wouldn't be long before Wade would learn of the manse's history. Now, he had just five months to finish his project or face the unsettling thought of still being there in December, the month in which all the previous murders had taken place - every 25 years. This coming December would mark the 25th anniversary of the last murders. If history could be considered a predictor of the future, he and Annie needed to be out of the manse by the end of November or face whatever came this way every two-and-a-half decades.
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Oldie but Goody
Slow start , with several twists