Will has got a secret.
He keeps that secret hidden in the field out back behind his house.
Sam and Artie will do just whatever Will tells them to do because they know what Will's secret is, and they will do anything to make sure that Will doesn't lose his temper on them.
Because you can never tell about Will....
What begins as a familiar tale of guys sitting around shooting the breeze soon takes an unexpected dark turn. There was definitely a Shirley Jackson feel, ala The Lottery, or one of Stephen King's short tales that begin as one thing and end as something dark and different.
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