When Ian and Nancy Lanigan purchased an old but well-maintained house deep in the Pennsylvania woods, they were sure they found their dream home.
The sellers warned them it was haunted, but they only laughed. Later, they were to find out the entire woods were haunted. But still, the property was valuable - so valuable that developers were willing to kill to get it. The Lanigan's reeled under the assault against them. The help they needed came from an unusual and unreal source, the haunted woods. The spirit that dwells in the woods is there to protect the land, including those who tend to nurture it. In this case, the Lanigan's.
Instead of an entertaining story well performed, this comes across as an environmental lecture being read to a class by a teacher. Good chance the class would either lose interest or fall asleep.
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