All the terrified lumberjacks have been summoned, so the murderer can be revealed. Clark claims he can solve this mystery without questioning all the men. Nervous energy runs high, but Clark takes time to review, and explain the story thus far. He claims that if he and Jimmy had turned back and never visited the camp, the disasters would have never happened. Why is his visit so important? Why were the various loggers killed?
Clark takes his time getting to the killer as he explains some of the supernatural occurances. Listen in as the clues are identified, and the evidence is formed to point to the killer. What will the fate of the desperate man be?
PS: The ending is a little abrupt, but the closure on it comes in the opening of the next story arc.