Those who have Been Wronged
( Gyton Grantley) Forever haunted by his war experiences, Don’s now plagued by new horrors. His son appears to be the victim of physical abuse, prompting Don to volunteer at Geoffrey’s (Finn Scicluna-O’Prey) next scout camp. Believing that scoutmaster Evan (Joshua Firman) is to blame, Don has no idea that the truth lies – creepily – much closer to home!
( Julie nhill) The Town Hall’s tea lady knows pretty much everything. What her eyes and ears pick up can be fascinating, exciting and even frightening... but is she aware that her son Evan is a suspected child abuser?
( alan BrouGh) Tragedy has framed Steve’s entire life, making him a paranoid, nervous wreck. As a child, he was the only survivor in a group of children who drowned in the local dam. They’ve always been rumours that the deaths weren’t accidental and the local rag’s articles are now stirring the speculation. Steve doesn’t know what to believe. so perhaps Jean can help bury his ghosts permanently.