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Echos From the Past: Circle of Death
IndustryCentral ScreenWriters Exchange: Horror/Thriller: Echos From the Past: Circle of Death
Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Michael Florman (Mflorman) on Sunday, February 23, 2003 - 04:42 pm:

Jonathan Daily was always thought to be a lucky man. As a boy he survived a school bus accident that claimed the lives of his classmates. At eight, he walked away from a fatal plane explosion which took the lives of the crew, and every other passenger on board. When he was a teen, he was the sole survivor from a horrific train accident which killed everyone else including his friends who were on their way to a senior trip.

As he celebrates his twenty-fifth birthday on a camping trip with friends, he discovers that his luck may be running out. Visions of the dead from his past begin to appear, and one by one take the lives of those around him. Re-animating their corpses and using them as tools to complete their task.

As his circle of friends get smaller and smaller, he is faced with the reality that the spirits of those who perished before him cannot rest until he joins them in death. They have until the stroke of midnight before his twenty-fifth birthday to complete their task and make their circle of death complete, or suffer an eternity of unrest. As time closes in, the terror and horror intensifies leaving Jonathan fighting for his life, and you the witness, gasping for air.


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