Before this interview I would have dismissed the cult idea as foolish people being brain washed. Reynolds helped me understand it better and it was more than that.
A mysterious illness and a desperate phone call sends Cult Deprogrammer Reynolds’ sights on the Wigan faith of Hathfield Bay island.
Delores is facing a crisis of faith. On one hand she loves her daughter but on the other her church demands she corrects her wanton behaviour.
Like a cult, ideas and trends flow through the Shady City. Who better to give his thoughts on this than cult deprogrammer, John Reynolds. Sam is offered an exclusive interview where Agent Reynolds discusses some old case files.
Val and Gigi Stoker make quite a pair. When they’re not robbing coffins they’re putting on a show. An eminent threat makes the villainous pair want to change. Is it too late?
Dennis is a disgusting individual. After a brutal attack he’s looking for some kind of redemption. Taking on the church he was raised in might be a good start.
The Stoker Circus family and the Bergman diamond merchants have a long history. They finally find common ground when a cult group gathers popularity. They are very different though so deciding how to deal with it will prove problematic.
If not the shadiest character in the Shady he’s most definitely top three. Father Jerry Owen is a legend for all the wrong reasons.
As manager of the Knock Knock club, Dennis had a dirty job in his hands. When you look at his past though, it gets downright filthy!
Growing up Tabitha had only heard tales from her aunt of how cruel her grandma was. Now it’s time to see for herself.
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