William Harrison Parker documented his religious belief that all life is connected with the dream of one day publishing it to the world. This dream was arrested by the start of the Civil War and his death at sea off the coast of North Carolina. Unable to accept failure of his "life's mission," his spirit continued to haunt this coast line.
It was 150 years later that Joseph Stephenak, suffering his own life's crisis, stumbled upon this haggard spirit. Frightened, Joseph tried to distance himself only to be drawn back, eventually resolving his own dilemma while releasing this unfortunate soul.