This story start off sorta in the same vein as Luke, in a psychiatric's office. Yet in this story we follow Tom Malcom, a recent ex-con, who is looking to start a new life with his lovely wife Becca. He is at the psychiatric's office to finger out why he is having such vivid nightmares. Maybe it is due to most everyone in the small town giving his the cold shoulder and doing everything within their power to outcast Tom. This all changes when he meets Father McLaughlin, who is the local priest. They start having a friendly conversation and when the two go their separate ways, the priest give him the advise to not drink the water. Later on that afternoon he has more nightmares. And days and nights merge to where he doesn't know what time it is. Without giving too much away the story ends in a major cliffhanger that leaves a few questions unanswered. I give the story a solid 4 out of 5. The open ending was slightly unsettling, yet understanding as the old adage say "Leave them wanting more!"