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Francis Pettigrew, a retired London attorney, is on vacation with his wife in Exmoor. Francis neglected to tell his wife, Eleanor, that he used to spend many of his vacations when he was a child at Exmoor with his family. To be honest, he had almost forgotten his times there, but he did remember an incident which was still capable of giving him shivers. As a child, hiking through the wilds of Exmoor, he came upon the dead body of a man. Not knowing what to do, he ran away and never told anyone about it. His memory of the incident slowly faded since there were no repercussions that he didn't tell anyone at the time. This time, while hiking through the moor, he stumbles over a body, and the same nightmare repeats itself. Now, however, he is a grown man and knows that he must seek help. When he finds and brings back the members of a hunt club, the body is no longer there.