The morning of February 29th 2000, in the small town of Aberdeen Australia, police get a call from a concerned co-worker. The police are asked to perform a wellness check on a man named John Price who did not show up for work. Police pull into John Price’s driveway where his vehicle is still parked. After a few unanswered knocks on the door, Police notice blood near the doorway and decide to enter the house. What they walk into is something that will scar them for the rest of their lives.
On the night of may 19th 1983, Diane Downs, a divorced single mother, rushed her red Nissan Pulsar into the Emergency Room bay of the Mckenzie Willamette Hospital, in Springfield Oregon with a gunshot wound in her left arm and her 3 children covered in blood.