A young girl discovers that her father has unleashed the most deadly spirit upon the forests of their winter cabin. However, she gets more than she bargained for when she figures out that she is the target of the cannibalistic Wendigo.
Tell Me, Wendigo
Chase Morgan has always been an easy-going twelve-year-old, but when it comes to spending winter break with her alcoholic, hunter of a father in the middle of nowhere, she kicks up a fuss. Stuck in an isolated cabin miles from town and surrounded by snow and forest, Chase couldn’t be more alone. Or so she thought.
Since her father’s breakthrough in hunting, an ancient evil has been brought back to the land, and it isn’t happy. The cannibalistic spirit Wendigo has once again claimed the dense forests of Kenora, and each sunset becomes more dangerous than the last.
Chase hears the creature’s call and reluctantly replies. Ignoring all warnings, Chase delves deep into the world of the supernatural, only to discover that is isn’t so easy to find her way out. Can her selfish father save his only daughter in time, or will she be lost to the call of Wendigo forever?
In an instant, the bullet sunk into the flesh of the doe, causing her to cry out in great agony. Her shriek pierced the air, echoing throughout the dense forest. The ground was covered in a thick layer of crimson blood, as were the two little deer. The doe fell to the ground, heaving, its eyes wide with pain. Jaime would’ve run over to claim his prize, but there was no time for his feet to move. A great looming figure sneered down at him with piercing yellow eyes. Tall, crooked antlers sprouted from atop its massive head, and for a second Jaime wondered if it was the buck. But he didn’t have time to think after that. He barely even had time to scream before the enormous jaws of the mysterious creature opened wide and devoured Jaime whole, flesh, blood and bones.