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A newspaper photographer travels to a New Hampshire island with her husband, brother-in-law, and his girlfriend to investigate an 1873 axe-murder of two Norwegian women, in which she finds her own relationships paralleling those of a woman who survived the crime.
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The past is an ocean with its secrets buried deep, but even the smallest current could threaten to disturb what should be left alone. And with every wave of curiosity, we are pulled downward, blind under the weight of water, and our fingers reach out to touch history. But as we swim past fabrication and discover truth, we struggle to surface, return to time, but the hands of the past will not let go. And further and further are you pulled down into the darkness of the deep.
History tells a different story from the one that is written, but do we dare disturb the past? Do we dig for answers, easing our curiosity as a storm rises high over the horizon? Do we keep pushing, never realizing that our lives linger along the line, and discovery will shed light over the ugly truth? What if the reflection of the past touches upon the future, and a heavy price must be paid for our thirst to know? Would we be able to hold onto the one that we love?
Trials of the heart tell the stories of our lives, echoing of love and tragedy, and our emotions are swept away with the touch of poetry. And the ties that bind us start to unravel. A line is crossed, and secrets slowly surface with every wave, every thought. But we canít erase time or undo what was done, and the more the past is disturbed, the more the binds will break. And jealousy will flow as dark as rage, and the wrath of one storm will scream of murder.
It was supposed to be simple. Cruise along the ocean and bask under the sun. Talk of life and love, and laugh at good memories. Journey into the heart of controversy and unmask the truth, know what really took place, and then return home to live another day. But nothing ever goes as planned, and everything is far from simple.
The truth is a caged animal, waiting to be set free, and one newspaper photographer, Jean Janes will open the gates to the past. And her life will intertwine with the history of one woman as she investigates two brutal murders that took place in 1873, and dark emotions kept deep will hold each otherís reflection. And as the truth is unleashed as a wild storm, their fate will lock together, threatening to consume both, but can Jean Janes keep her head above the weight of water?
A calm draws us in, and we gently ease into a tale of drama, but the beauty before us fades into mystery. And we are pulled in further as the story unfolds, and conflict and depth threaten to wash over us. And now sharp currents of lust thrash wildly, and the coldness of murder fills our veins. And water coils around us tighter like a snake, and past and future collide. And we are pulled under water, feeling its weight, but the ending pushes us back to shore. And footprints remain in the sand of the struggle of life and chaos of love.
Weight of Water is a haunting tale written and brought to life through spell-binding craftsmanship. The heart and soul of characters echo the actors portraying them, pulling us further into their conflict and depth. Music strikes the chords to our spirit, and we soar along a web of deceit, betrayal, and murder. And the drama of this story reflects on our own mistakes, our own choices, and as the waves of time return to its peaceful calm, maybe we are better off leaving the past alone.